Ambitious and creative, Kristin McQuaid is one of today’s hottest choreographers & creative directors. For more than 15 years, she has wowed audiences as a choreographer, dancer, designer, actor, and has just added director to that list.
Kristin’s choreography and directing has made her a sought after talent. With her fun loving and high-energy personality Kristin is the one who works with some of the most popular influencers in the industry. She was honored to win the choreographer’s TV show Make A Move and her work has been featured in the Capezio A.C.E. awards and TV commercials for brands including Vlado Footwear, Old Spice, Kohl's and most recently a national and digital Best Buy campaign. Her work was also seen on FOX’s hit show, So You Think You Can Dance and fan favorite, Dance Moms.
Kristin has left her digital imprint on pop culture by having her choreographing go viral with such talent as 4-year-old online star Boss Baby Brody, Dance Mom’s sensation Nia Sioux, top teen influencer Annie Leblanc, dance promo for James Charles, dance short films for America’s Got Talent winner Grace VanderWaal, Radio Disney stars Cameron McLeod, dance legend Nicole Laeno and DJ Lela B. Currently, you can see her choreography and directing in season 2 of BRAT TV’s series “Dirt”, Nia Sioux’s “Low Key Love” music video, Atlantic Record super star Ava Max’s promo, and is in pre production to create her own animated show.
Kristin travels all over the world choreographing, teaching and inspiring the future. With a loud stamp on life there are many hopeful dancers, choreographers, and artist that look to Kristin for inspiration and guidance. She is also on a nationwide dance convention that thousands of dancers and artist attend every weekend.