Updated: Feb 28
Robert Schultz is the founder and creative director at Artists in Training, under the umbrella of his multi-genre production company I Am Creating Productions, INC.
During his career, he has taken on a wide range of diverse roles. Robert’s work has been featured on the shows Keeping Up With The Kardashian’s, Kimora - Life in the Fab Lane, Modern Family ABC, Heartbeat NBC, Major Crimes TNT, and he has choreographed and danced in the opening number of the Daytime Emmy Awards. His choreography has been featured in over 200 flash mobs with Flash Mob America, including the Isn’t It Romantic movie premiere event, and several industrials for Amazon. He has also choreographed several music videos for Night Riots, directed by Chris Buongiorno (co-producer of Spiderman No Way Home). Robert danced in several movies including She’s All That, The Wedding Planner and Flintstones 2, and served as choreographer on Rome and Jewel. His commercial appearances include Pepsi, Jack in the Box, AT&T Superbowl, and Toyo Mag Tires, and he has danced on the stages of the MTV European Music Awards, Billboard Awards, Soul Train Awards, along with dancing for the Backstreet Boys and Toni Braxton.
In the early 2000s, Robert launched the Artists in Training organization, leading the way as one of the first in-studio dance conventions in the industry. Since then, he spent many years on tour as a national convention teacher with several other companies. In 2019, Robert partnered with Kathy King to relaunch AIT back into studios nationwide, bringing a more intentional focus to helping studios develop a more positive and mindful dance community within their own walls. Robert continues to serve as Creative Director at AIT, while also teaching, choreographing and adjudicating for several dance organizations across the country.
Connect with Robert on IG @moveyoutoinspire