BLAKE JOHN WOOD is one of Australia’s newest creative visionaries to hit the entertainment scene. With access to the country’s hottest dancers, Blake fuses striking choreography & slick movement with high fashion to deliver a unique & undeniable package that is customised to suit the requirements of any event.

Credits include MTV Australia & New Zealand, Disney Channel, Fitness First, Channel 7, HYUNDAI, Girlfriend Magazine, ING Bank & back-up dance work for recording artists Deborah Cox, Paulini Curuenavuli, Courtney Act, Rhonda Burchmore & Marcia Hines.

Most recently, Blake has taken on the role of Creative Director & Choreographer for the internationally renowned MARQUEE NIGHTCLUB, having the pleasure of providing dancers for artist appearances including Sean Kingston, French Montana, The Weeknd, Kid Ink, Omarion, Post Malone, Havana Brown & not to mention Drake’s Official afterparty for “The Boy Meets World” Tour.

Blake’s choreography was featured on Australian television screens last year when he provided routines for Channel 7’s “TELETHON” & Johnny Ruffo’s appearance on The Morning Show. Furthermore, he was recruited as Creative Director on launch campaigns for Belvedere & Grey Goose Vodka, where he directed sophisticated installations & constructed memorable dance production exhibits.

Previously, Blake choreographed the Sydney-based performance of English recording artist Luciana Caporaso’s Shock Therapy Tour (hit singles “I Like That” & “I’m Still Hot”) & worked as part of the Mardi Gras Creative Team in 2016. Blake has explored the fashion field, while simultaneously choreographing editorial film campaigns for fashion labels Premonition Designs & Runaway The Label.

While diligently focusing on his craft, Blake has the privilege of travelling Australia wide, coaching at several of the country’s leading dance establishments. Additionally, he is honoured to be part of the famous Australian Dance Festival, selected as a finalist for the “Australia’s NEXT Choreographer” Award in 2017.

“Blake John Wood is an up & coming force to be reckoned with. His style is fresh, new age, and speaks volumes for the new generation of dance.”