Shaun Evaristo started dancing during his pre-teen years when he originally formed his first dance crew, Gen2, with his cousins and friends. Evaristo cites Janet Jackson's Velvet Rope Tour as an inspiration, saying "That show changed my life and so did the dancers." Also inspired by Michael Jackson and N'Sync, he and Gen2 began dancing in his garage and have constantly choreographed and performed routines together since then.
After moving to North Hollywood, Shaun was contacted by YG Entertainment to work for Korean pop group Big Bang. It was essentially the gateway to his professional dancing career. He choreographed the routines for Big Bang member Tae Yang's hit music videos "Wedding Dress" and "I Need A Girl", as well as a few others. He has since worked with Vanessa Hundgens and Justin Bieber among many other industry projects. He is also the CEO of Movement Lifestyle.
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