Jeremy Greer, originally from Houston, Texas, began dancing at the age of 8. In the early years of his training, he attended Dance Expressions in Friendswood, Texas, studying a multitude of dance styles. At the age of 14 he began attended the High School for Performing and Visual Arts and the Houston Metropolitan Dance Center. While in high school he had the opportunity to work with choreographers including Parker Esse, Elijah Alhadji Gibson, and Christian Warner, as well as perform Martha Graham’s Appalachian Spring Suite, restaged by Blakeley White-McGuire. Upon graduation from high school, he received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Texas Christian University’s School for Classical & Contemporary Dance. While there he had the opportunity to work with choreographers including Susan Douglas Roberts and Francisco Aviña, as well as perform José Limón’s There Is a Time, restaged by Natalie Desch. Currently, he teaches at multiple studios in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, sharing his passion and providing safe spaces for dancers to grow and thrive.