Christopher Law is a current MFA Dance candidate at the University of Maryland College Park. Law has had the pleasure of performing and teaching nationally and internationally. Though the bulk of his movement extends from training in hip-hop dance, he has also obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree for studies in Modern Dance from UMD. He is extremely proud to have been involved with organizations such as Gymkana and Dynamic Hip-Hop Dance Team during his undergraduate career.
In his fifth season, Law was a Culture Shock D.C. company captain and assisted in directing the team’s freestyle medley for the East Coast Dance Concert in 2011. He and his wife, Ama Law, often collaborate as “Project ChArma” to choreograph, teach workshops and battle. Many of his performance appearances include the Culture Shock showcase in Ottawa (Canada), D.C. Hip Hop Theater Festival and various productions held at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center. He is currently working on his thesis performance, "Full Circle: Bridging the Gap" debuting at the Clarice Performing Arts Center December 9th-11th, 2016.
Law continues to train as well as help train others. He has worked at various studios in the DMV area in addition to teaching at UMD. He would like to give thanks to his family, friends and all those who continue to support him in both present and future endeavors.