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Published on March 7th, 2021 | by Dr. Jerry Doby


Live Session With World of Dance Alum Sean Lew on His New Film ‘II’

Live Session with Sean Lew the 19-year-old prodigy who has dominated the dance scene including his two seasons on “World of Dance” and just premiered his new movie II in which he stars, edits, and directs. II depicts an unspoken narrative expressed through dance revolving around balance where two different concepts make you realize your worst moment to make your great moments greater. The short film features all-star dancers like The Lab, Bailey Sok, Zach Venegas, and Sean’s World of Dance partner Kaycee Rice.

No stranger to cameras or going viral, after Sean was seen dancing to Lady Gaga’s “Applause”  in 2013, he was quickly booked on shows like The Queen Latifah Show before being featured in Sia’s short form video “The Greatest” and went on to dance for music superstars Janet Jackson, Chris Brown and Kris Wu among others.

With the success of his appearance on World of Dance , Sean’s was soon hired by Meghan Trainor to choreograph and star alongside Kaycee Rice in her video “After You” , they also appear in Justin Bieber’s video “That’s What Love Is”.  Most recently, Sean is featured dancing solo in Justin Bieber’s “At Least For Now (CHANGES: The Movement)” video which he also choreographed and conceptualized and has over 3 million views.

As if those credits weren’t enough, Sean is also the champion of “Chopped Junior” 2016 and also participated in the “Rachael Ray vs Guy Fieri Kids Cook-Off,” where he won over three main challenges.

And Sean has hardly let a pandemic slow him down.  He is still creating concept videos and focusing on the release of II, his passion project that he has worked on and perfected for over 4 years and is now so excited to share with the world.

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