Stuart has been at the forefront of the dance industry since the turn of the century, working Internationally as a choreographer, agent, and TV judge.
Over the years Stuart has cast, choreographed and coached for many renowned artists and brands – Click here for his choreography page for full info.
A performing arts expert, Stuart is also the founder of the #HigherLevel Industry and Network membership, helping performers become the greatest versions of themselves whilst raising awareness on vital industry issues and is often a guest speaker at colleges as well as hosting his own seminar events. For all information check out the website: www.higherlevelindustry.com
Stuart is celebrating his 20th year teaching at Pineapple Studios.
Head Of Casting
Serena started out as a professional dancer, having trained at the Urdang Academy.
During her long career, she worked with artists such as LL Cool J, Ashanti, Robbie Williams and Peter Andre, as well as performing in The West End in various Musical Theatre productions.
Frankie handles event enquiries such as workshops and private dance lessons, providing each client with a unique Love Rudeye experience.
Frankie combines her acting and modelling career with working at Love Rudeye.
Recent credits include modelling for TRINNY London and Facebook as well as performing at The National Youth Theatre.
Social & Digital Media Manager
Kebra controls all of the creative aspects of Love Rudeye’s social media, promotional material and artwork.
After joining Love Rudeye, Kebra has also begun her career as an upcoming actor.
Her credits include: The Soho Theatre, The National Theatre, Arts Depot, The Omnibus Theatre & many more.
Marsha’s key skill is networking and will often be seen at events talking to future clients and promoting the agency.
In her spare time, Marsha is a mother of three who loves cooking healthy meals, practicing personal development and long distance cycling.
Our Brandy has been seen at the last 8 agency auditions, making sure we pick the best talent for the agency.
When coming into the office, she’ll certainly give you a warm welcome. Just make sure you give her a treat!