Mr. Lucky grew up in Inglewood, California performing in a musical theater group called The Apollo West Carson Players and at a very young age; had the love for dance and choreography spark inside of him. It became his passion when he saw the late Aaliyah's music video for her hit song Are You That Somebody in 1998. To him, the music video showcased a talent that was undeniable and from then on, inspiring others through performance became a goal that he adamantly pursues.
Starting his professional career as a krump dancer, Mr. Lucky's early work includes appearances in RIZE and Be Cool. Choreographing for the ASYM Awards, TUG recording artists Jhene Aiko, Mila J, O'Ryan, and a national commercial for Sunny Delight offered him the opportunity learn as much as he could from the directors that he was blessed to work with.
Since then, he has pushed his creativity to the next level through working with Gnarls Barkley, Jamie Foxx, Ms. Triniti, Ozomatli, and Ashanti while also appearing in commercial ads for Sprite, Hyundai, and BBC America.
Mr. Lucky was selected as an onscreen choreographer and dance partner for Oxygen's hit competition show Dance Your A** Off and his choreography/staging for the off -Broadway remake of the 1975 choreopoem "For Colored Girls" by Ntozake Shange received two nominations from the NAACP Theatre Awards 2011. He also had the pleasure of choreographing the promotional spot dates and television performances for Nicki Minaj's Pink Friday album including the Femme Fatale Tour and Good Morning America.