At just 21 years old, Ian Eastwood is one of the new school of young dancer/choreographers whose career was launched by self-produced and directed videos appearing on his YouTube channel, which have garnered a following of more than 380,00 subscribers and 40 million views. Eastwood has also taught International Workshops in 27 countries and was awarded the title of “World Of Dance Entertainer of the Year.”
Recently, Eastwood choreographed the highly acclaimed “Sober” Music Video for Childish Gambino, was supervising choreographer on the feature-length movie, Breaking Through (written and directed by John Swetnam and produced by John Legend). He played a featured character in the High Strung and choreographed and performed in the first-ever all-dance act at the Bonnaroo Music Festival, which was attended by more than 95,000 people. Eastwood also choreographed the music video for Zendaya’s video “Replay,” which was featured heavily on The Disney Channel and had a featured solo spot on Dancing With The Stars, was a celebrity choreographer on DanceOn’s Dance Showdown, enjoyed eight weeks as lead dancer/choreographer on Mtv’s ABDC7 Return Of The Superstars, appeared as a principal dancer in the video for Justin Bieber’s “Beauty and a Beat”, was in the Ubisoft/Black-Eyed Peas Experience television advertisement, won World of Dance Entertainer of The Year, and choreographed music videos for K-Pop star Taemin, Shannon, Trevor Jackson, Vic Mensa, Tori Kelly, Blake McGrath, 5LPs, Elijah Blake w/Common, He Met Her and Marques Houston. Currently on faculty for Pulse On Tour, VIP Dance Events, and Young Lions since the age of 15, Eastwood has also traveled to 27 countries teaching classes, workshops, camps and dance intensives as well as regular events and workshops with Millennium Dance Center, Coastal Dance Rage, and Movement Lifestyle.
Eastwood also represents his own clothing line through Young Lions and was the exclusive Designer of the KUBSKOUTZ logo with worldwide brand recognition.