Justin Pham is a dancer, choreographer, and creative director originating from San Diego, California. He graduated from the USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance with a BFA in Dance and Minor in Cinematic Arts, where he had the opportunity to study under renowned artists and directors such as William Forsythe, Jodie Gates, and Desmond Richardson.
During his time in school, he signed with Go 2 Talent Agency, and performed in iLuminate’s Las Vegas show. He was also featured on “So You Think You Can Dance” where he advanced to the Top 20, and performed in the Emmy award-winning number “Brand New.” While his love for dance is strong, Justin has found a true passion for choreography. In addition to setting pieces across the country, he has directed and produced multiple independent dance films and was a finalist at the 2017 McCallum Choreography Festival. Most recently, Justin was awarded as a choreographic finalist at the prestigious 2020 Capezio A.C.E. Awards where he presented a new work at The Montalbán in Hollywood. Justin hopes to create a more cognitive and educational perspective on dance and choreography, specifically through the mediums of film and television and works to become a multifaceted and interdisciplinary artist to innovate the dance industry for generations to come.
Justin loves being a part of Immerse Artists Experience and contributing to each dancer’s education.