Director

Brian Brown

Brian Brown has been in the fashion industry for 40 years and has founded successful Model Agencies, salons and Boutiques on an international level namely Los Angeles, London and Bermuda.

He is a renowned, award winning producer and is responsible for some of the biggest fashion events in South Wales including Fashion Rocks which won the best event at The Swansea Life Awards and also the Daily Mail’s two Fashion Addict Shows which were an outstanding success.

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Lee trained on a scholarship at Performers College under the direction of producer and choreographer Brian Rogers. On graduating Lee went on to work in the commercial dance sector working with artists in the music industry including Elton John, George Michael, Lionel Ritchie, Boy George, Gloria Gaynor, Phixx, Westlife, Jamelia, All stars, Jane Macdonald, Pete Waterman’s signing Lauren Waterworth and S-club. TV appearances include Top of the pops and Top of the pops Saturday, CD- UK, Disney Channel, Blue Peter, MOM, Hidden Talents of rich and Famous, Live and Kicking, The Frank Skinner Show, Children In Need, The Girlie Show, and many more! Commercials include Nintendo, Mtv and Volkswagen. Lee has also performed in trade shows around the world. Theatre productions including White Folks The Musical alongside Sinitta (Cochrane theatre), Peter Pan (St Albans Arena), Into the Millennium (Her majesty’s Theatre), Aspects of Dance with Bonnie Langford (Lyceum Theatre), Jack and the Beanstalk (Alhambra Theatre), and Snow White at The Opera House Manchester. After working as performer and assistant choreographer, Lee turned his sights to a career in the teaching of dance and choreography, teaching technical and commercial jazz at schools and colleges around the country and Europe. In 2007, Lee was one of the founders of Blackfish Productions supplying dancers and models for TV and large scale events including Pet Shop Boys/Lady Gaga for their Brit Awards performance in 2009, Beverly Knight, Nike and Adidas.  Lee believes that models can only benefit from dance experience, learning how their bodys move and to create lines that will make them stand out in castings and ultimately booking the job. Lee is responsible for all choreography with in McCallion Brown shows.Choreography is slick, fresh and forward thinking.