Mr.Abrams is a native of Long Beach, Ca. He began his training with Terri and Anthony Sellars of Orange County Dance Center and Keith and Linda Clifton of Clifton Dance Project. He continued his training in schools all over the United states such as Pacific Northwest Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet and School of American Ballet. At age 19, Mr. Abrams was discovered by Mark Bush and began his professional career at Ballet Austin under the direction of Stephen Mills. His credits while dancing with Ballet Austin include; Original works by Stephen Mills such as Hamlet, a featured role in the ballet Touch, The Taming of the Shrew, Light The Holocaust and Humanity Project and Dreams. He has performed a solo roll in Septime Webers’ Fluctuating Hemlines and principal roles as the Sugar Plum Cavalier in the Nutcracker, Ablrecht in Giselle and principal male in George Balanchine’s “Who Cares?”. Since leaving Ballet Austin, Mr. Abrams has performed in musicals, music videos and movies. Some of witch include; White Swan #1 in The Inappropriate Comedy Movie and a music video for Florence and the Machine directed by David LaChapelle. In 2011 he was named “Best Male Dancer in Los Angeles” by The Beverly Hills Outlook. He is currently a member of the Luminario Ballet of Los Angeles and Festival Ballet Theater working as a freelance artist. Freelance credits include Aurora’s Wedding Pas De Deux and The Bluebird Pas De Deux in Sleeping Beauty, the principal male in George Balanchine’s Valse Fantasie, Espada in Don Quixote and original works by choreographers Josie Walsh and Jamal Story.