Terry “Brooklyn Terry” Wright

Terry “Brooklyn Terry” Wright, is a self-taught dancer who was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He is the son of Charles “Charlie Brown” Wright, who was known as the best skater at famous Empire Skating Rink. His mother, Denise Wright frequented the club scene at a young age and like Terry was discovered to be a dancer with exceptional talent.

Terry attended Prospect Heights High School in Brooklyn and developed quite a reputation for his dancing. At age 21, he began his career as a professional dancer, and has gone on to travel the world. He gained more notoriety after becoming a member of “Elite Force,” one of the most influential dance crews of all time. They are recognized for pioneering the face of true hip hop dance.

Brooklyn Terry is a phenomenal Hip-Hop and house dancer. Most people know him for his impeccable footwork as a house dancer. His rhythmic patterns exhibit skills like that of a foot musician. He has appeared on television and traveled nationally and internationally with celebrities such as Mariah Carey, Will Smith, Lil Kim, Da Brat, and the late Whitney Houston.

Terry has successfully popularized his organic styles of dance in both the underground and mainstream communities. He has remained true to his underground roots maintaining the utmost respect of his peers. He serves as a judge for some of the world’s largest dance battles like Juste DeBout and SDK (Street Dance Kemp). His dance workshops are in high demand worldwide.

Brooklyn Terry is the proud father of three and homeowner residing in Tokyo, Japan where he lives with his wife and children, and is co-owner of NDS x Brooklyn Bomber Dance Studio. At this stage of his life, it is important to him to provide a legacy for his family, empower his community and share not only his creative talents but the importance of entrepreneurship and wealth building.