The pair's career progressed to providing creative direction for tours and live events by Christina Aguilera, Ricky Martin, Celine Dion, and Jennifer Lopez. stage show and began to work with Cirque du Soleil; they choreographed Viva Elvis and were contributing choreographers for Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour.
They continued to develop their dancewear line by breaking out of its previously online-only presence and opening a physical store location in 2010. They continued to establish themselves in television as choreographers for Madonna's Super Bowl halftime performance.
Their work was introduced to mainstream audiences in 2008 when they became supervising choreographers on America's Best Dance Crew and resident choreographers on So You Think You Can Dance.
It was on the later show that their lyrical hip-hop choreography style gained exposure.
Sevani was born on 29 June 1992 and raised in Los Angeles, California. Then he enhanced his dancing skills at the Synthesis Dance Center, the dancing studio founded by his parents.
At a young age, he was also in a group called Fly Kidz, a singing/dancing group and children's television show on CBS the network.
By: Lynn Barker In the dance film Step Up 2: The Streets, Disney Channel fave Alyson Stoner, who will soon be seen in Camp Rock 2, and cute Adam Sevani played best high-school buds Camille and Moose.
In the sequel Step Up 3D, the two are freshmen students at NYU. At our sit-down with the duo at the trendy Mondrian Hotel on the Sunset Strip (where celebs party down on the roof at the famed Sky Bar), we asked Alyson and Adam, who are old pals, about their on-screen romance and dance duet, how they adjusted to dancing for 3D cameras and much more…
The film, Step Up 3D, centers on Moose and his best friend Camille Alyson Stoner moving to New York to start University until Sevani's character gets mixed up in the underground dance scene.The battle ended with a final dance off between the two crews at the 2008 Teen Choice Awards.Alyson Stoner often releases dance videos to popular songs on her channel, but this week she decided to shake things up with special guests and a hilarious mock movie. They took additional jobs choreographing for professional sports dance teams and back-up dancing for musical artists.In 2003, they joined the faculty of Monsters of Hip Hop dance convention.