MTV Video Music Award Winner & Emmy Nominated Choreographer/Dancer Jeffrey Page has shared his talents with Beyonce’ Knowles, Solange Knowles, Cirque du Soleil, FELA! Alvin Ailey, Fatima Robinson, Debbie Allen, Bill T. Jones and more. He recently spoke on lending his choreographic material to The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour,and signs on as a judge for Maltina Dance All, Nigeria’s version of ‘So You Think You Can Dance’
Page received an Emmy nod for his 2005 NAACP Image Award choreography, he took home the 2011 MTV Video Music Award in the category “Best Choreography” for constructing the finale of Beyonce’s music video “Run the World (Girls)” and is often credited with giving the multi-platinum diva her African dance flair. Page was recruited as a resident choreographer on FOX’s reality TV sensation ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ and currently serves as Creative Director for RCA recording artist Jazmine Sullivan.
In 2006 Jeffrey helped choreograph Beyoncé’s live performances of “Déjà Vu” featuring husband Jay-Z while also choreographing the diva’s performances at The World Music Awards and VH-1 Fashion Rocks Tribute to dance icon Josephine Baker. That same year Jeffrey assisted Beyonce’s resident artistic director Frank Gaston during the MTV Video Music Awards for the song “Ring the Alarm”. Currently Jeffrey’s choreographic material can be seen across the globe during Beyonce’s Mrs. Carter World Tour where he put together dance moves for “Grown Woman,” “Single Ladies (Remix)” and “Run the World (Girls).”
Jeffrey says, “I’m very proud to be a part of the creative team for The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour. I’ve been a part of Beyonce’s creative team for nearly 8 years now, and have watched her blossom into an attentive yet unapologetic artist.”