“Gliding across the floor since the age of four, McKersin learned his first choreography from Michael Jackson – well at least Jackson’s videos. One year later, he had to trade in moonwalks and pelvic thrusts for more traditional movement when he relocated to Haiti and began to study folkloric dance. After a few years of exploring cultural dances, McKersin returned to the United states and found a middle ground in hip-hop. In high school, he danced alongside Phunk Phenomenon and students and went on to study various styles: popping, breaking, house, whacking, etc. In 2009, McKersin began to teach, perform, and choreograph for local R&B artists and colleges all while dancing as an apprentice under a few ballet, contemporary and modern instructors and leaders in Boston’s enriched dance community. He spent a couple years as the Assistant Director of Bunker Hill’s performing arts and is involved in many youth enriched organizations around Cambridge and Boston mostly dealing with the inner city. He follows his dreams and while teaching others he believes that..If you’re not sweating then he isn’t teaching. He is currently touring, teaching and dancing with a handful of companies throughout the local and continental scene with the hopes of going international one day.