Brian Nicholson is a Creative Artist/Choreographer/Creative Director/Singer/Dancer who has a diverse movement background with the passion and heart to match. A gender queer and Non-Binary artist who has collaborated with the top artists in the world, and who is changing the landscape of inclusion and representation. Brian and their brother, Scott Nicholson, are currently Choreographers and Creative team members for Ariana Grande, and Kim Petras. Brian and Scott remain focused on pushing forward the boundaries of inclusion, representation, and commercial art.
Brian and their brother have developed a one of a kind Artist program “The Wonder Workshops” that have taken them across the globe, training and sharing their presence with pro artists. World Tours credits for choreo, creative direction, and dance include Ariana Grande’s ’The Honeymoon Tour,’ ‘Dangerous Woman Tour,’
"The Sweetener Tour", Kim Petras’s ‘Feed The Beast’ and more. Brian and Scott have also received numerous VMA and IHEART RADIO nominations for their choreography and design. Brian has had designs sold in URBAN OUTFITTERS, H&M, Walmart, and more. Many docu-series, and news articles have documented their history, including &music, Meditative Story, NETFLIX, VOGUE and more.
Artist Credits include Ariana Grande, Kim Petras, Janet Jackson, Chris Brown, Black Eyed Peas, Nicki Minaj, Mariah Carey, and Jaicko, as well as Commercial Dancing credits including GLEE, Saturday Night Live, Playstation, ESPN, AT&T, Samsung, MYSUIT etc. The duo has Choreographed for the top award shows in America and internationally such as The VMA’s, American Music Awards, Much Music Video Awards, The Billboard Music Awards, The Grammys, The European Music Awards, and many other notable award shows and performances.
Hailing from Ohio with a Bachelors Degree in Dance and Business from The University Of Akron, Brian prides themself in being well rounded and focus on artistry and versatility. Technically trained in areas such as Ballet, Jazz, Modern, Hip-Hop, Street Jazz, etc, Brian teaches about the close relationships that each dance art form have to one another, while leading classes and rehearsals with an important structure that is both professional and rewarding to the product