Jervis Livelo is a performer/choreographer who graduated from ED5 International in 2017, receiving his Advanced Diploma in Performing Arts under the guidance of William A Forsythe. Jervis began his journey within the Hip Hop world as a self taught dancer and began Hip Hop training in 2014.
Since then he has trained with some of Australia’s best Hip Hop crews and has found immense success in both national and international Hip Hop Competitions such as Hip Hop International (AUS & San Diego), Australian Hip Hop Championship, Australian Dance Crew Championship and World Supremacy Battlegrounds.
During his training at ED5 International, Jervis was introduced to a whole new world of dance styles and through his newly found love for these styles, has incorporated and developed his own unique style. Jervis continues to push past his boundaries and aims to connect the two worlds.
Jervis’ performance credits include; “Magic Mike XXL” HOYTS Premier, back up dancing Yuki Ito from The Voice in his Australian Tour, Hip Hop International, Karie Eden’s Music Video “Loneliness”, dancing alongside Australian Musical Theatre stars Bobby Fox and Chloe Dallimore in “Puttin On The Ritz” at the 2016 Premiers Gala Concert . Playing “Ego” in The Blackguard’s inaugural show “Passion May Yet Be Fatal” as a cast/company member, Twin Pecks Cabaret, Carols in The Domain ‘Disney Section’ dancing alongside Paulini and Arnotts Gala Ball. Jervis’ choreography credits include opening numbers for Gary Valenciano and Yuki Ito in their Australian live tours, “Game Time” music video by Huntsman, Cancer Council’s Australia’s biggest afternoon tea, Arnotts Gala Ball 2017, co-choreographer with William Forsythe for the Thunderettes during the Sydney Thunder's 20/20 Cricket 2017 season. Most recently, Jervis performed at “Sissy Ball” by Red Bull Music, The Voice Australia, Channel 7's new show "Dance Boss", choreographed and performed for International Artists Morisette Amon and Darren Espanto in their 2018 Australian Tour.