Scott Schneider

Scott began training at The King Centre for the Performing Arts in Wanaque, NJ and then graduated cum laude from Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University in 2011.  After graduation, he began working in New York City with various artists including Benoit-Swan Pouffer, 10 Hairy Legs, Willy Laury, Joshua Beamish, and apprenticeship with the Stephen Petronio Company.   In 2015,  Scott moved to Paris to create the brand new production "Paris Merveilles" at Lido de Paris choreographed by Benoit-Swan Pouffer and directed by Franco Dragone.  Commercial work includes Cartier, Hugo Boss, and Jaeger-Lecoultre.