Vince has work that can ben seen all over.  He worked on as Choreographer for Commercials including adds for Pepsi, Nickelodeon,   And David Tutara's My Fair Wedding on WeTV.  His other work for television include the Disney Channel, MTV Music Awards (Including performing and Choreography), American Music Awards, and Regis and Kelly.

2018 already has the promise of an exciting year.  Check back here to hear about the new projects Vince has lined up..



My Story


actor singer Dancer Director choreographer

In rehearsal at New York City's Carnegie Hall

Backstage with the cast of Babes In Arms off Broadway Theater Row NYC

Choreography work

Some of his work can be seen with the Amazing Choozi Entertainment.  They are an Entertainment company known for their commitment to detail and excellence.  And Vince was more then excited to work with them as Assistant to the producer and Artist Liaison as well as Director and Choreographer.    Check them Out!! 

Vince was fortunate enough to venture out into a brand new field of Direction and Choreography.  This year he worked on the national tour of Cirque Musica a Holiday Spectacular!  Vince literally joined the circus and entered a whole new world of Family Entertainment!

Vince was born and raised out of Los Angeles.  He began his career as Aladdin for Disney.  Hand selected by Michael Eisner the (then) Chief Executive Officer of the Walt Disney Company, Vince was honored and excited to play this role.  He later went on to perform for some big name artists.  Most recently with the Black Eyed Peas.  He later made the move from LA to NYC while performing in the smash hit musical Mamma Mia!  Since then he has worked on a career as a Choreographer.  His work has spread from Commercials to Music Videos and concerts for big names.  He is also working on his career with his first love... Broadway.  Much musicals under his belt so far are In The Heights, Spamalot, The Addams Family, Sister Act, Shrek the Musical, the Full Monty, and many more.  He has also performed at New York's Carnegie Hall and Madison Square Garden.