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In case you’re not following, me, Wong Fu Productions, or ISA on twitter or facebook (wow, you really don’t care us huh?? jk) and still use the website as your main source of WF updates…or you just missed it… Check out my new show on ISAtv! STEP BY STEP! (no affiliation with the 90s family sitcom)
We’re so glad to be expanding ISA by creating original content through ISAtv and this is just the start. We were all asked if we wanted a show and of course we were in! (Yup, even Wes and Ted have their own shows coming)
So why a dance show? Well, hip hop dance used to be my life. In college at UCSD I was coordinator of a team called Ascension. I was consumed basically 3 days a week (at least!) with dance. We did shows and competitions around souther California. I even posted some earlyyy youtube videos of our routines (old school fans know!). But, after graduating, it all came to a complete halt as Wong Fu Productions took over my priorities. I tried to take classes just for fun when I could, and help out my team, but over time, dance was totally out of my life and the only contact I had was watching my super talented friends on YouTube or ABDC as they continued their passion. When it came time to discuss what show we would all have for ISA TV, I knew this was finally my chance to dance again, and dance with some of the best! I’m so honored to work with these choreographers and excited to be on the floor once more, even if it is just once a month; I’ll take what I can get! Hope you enjoy the show so I can keep shooting more episodes! And go easy on me, I’m rusty! It’s been years! haha
Thought I’d dig up some old photos from my vault to give you a peek at what I was doing before this whole WF thang became what it is. These were the “costumes” from Ascension’s year end routines from each year. Oh young-Phil, look what you’ve gotten yourself into. haha
And since so many comments are asking for uploads of old videos.. LOOK! one has already been here this whole time! Hidden in 2006, lol. See if you can spot me, good luck.
sigh, good times. No, Great times. The dance “scene” has changed a lot since then, due to shows like ABDC and SYTYCD, and I often felt like I’ve fallen to far behind. So glad I can pretend like I know what’s still hip with Step By Step! Thanks!