Blake Stanley is an artist who has recently relocated to the Midwest from creative capital of the world, New York City. He was raised in contemporary, jazz, and ballet, and has studied extensively in the Vaganova Ballet technique as a scholarship student at the Indiana Ballet Conservatory. Aside from that, he is one of 5 people worldwide certified by T Spheres in injury prevention. His body of work includes performing as a guest artist with the Joffrey Ballet, performing with the Make a Wish charity foundation, weekly commuting and teaching for the Creative Company; in Michigan, directing the ballet program for the Brooklyn Center for the Arts, and being request to relocate for his current role as a permanent guest educator at the Williams Center. Blake was a favorite at Broadway Dance Center, Steps on Broadway, and Peridance, and has, and continues to provide multi award-winning choreography and dance education. This has led him to travel abroad and share his love of life and art with people around the world. He was inspired most to work with children after being privately mentored by world-renowned choreographer and Emmy-Winner, Mia Michaels, and since then, he has set out on a path toward guiding aspiring artists down a path toward a future filled with self acceptance, love, and the exceptional.