Kenneth Walker has danced professionally for several companies and performed throughout the United States, Canada and South America. He trained in dance-making with many choreographers including William Forsythe, Alonzo King, Donald Byrd, and Bella Lewitzky. As a sought after instructor, Kenneth has taught as a guest and summer intensives from Simi Valley to San Clemente as well as serving as the former director for Ballet Etudes of Huntington Beach. He currently teaches for CSU Dominguez Hills Dance Department, The Wooden Floor, and studios throughout the South Bay. He has created dances for Sarasota Ballet of Florida, Sacramento Ballet, Chico Community Ballet, Southern California Dance Theatre, San Pedro City Ballet, South Bay Ballet, Petaluma City Ballet, Dance Peninsula, DanceCorps, Peninsula Dance Theatre and Pasadena Dance Theater. Kenneth is the recipient of the young choreographer's award from the Southern CA Dance Theatre, and is the youngest finalist to ever compete in the Sarasota Ballet of Florida International Choreography Competition. Kenneth has a B.A. from UCLA in World Arts and Cultures and is a dual Masters of Arts in Arts Management and MBA graduate of Claremont Graduate University. He is the director of Kenneth Walker Dance Project.