Atlanta native Juel D. Lane received his training from Tri-Cities Visual & Performing Arts High School and The Youth Ensemble of Atlanta, before receiving a B.F.A. from UNCSA. He has performed nationally and internationally with Ronald K. Brown/Evidence, and currently dances with Bessie Award-winning Camille A. Brown & Dancers.
In 2012, Juel Lane became the first black independent Atlanta-based choreographer ever to be commissioned by the Atlanta Ballet, choreographing "Moments of Dis" for the company. He was featured in Dance Magazine’s “25 to Watch” in 2013, and appeared on the cover of Dance Studio Magazine in 2015. Lane has also released three dance on film projects: "Just Another Day," "How to Kill a Ghost" and "When The Beat Drops." He recently choreographed for Ailey II and Dallas Black Dance Theatre. He is a 2019 UNCSA Alumni Artpreneur of the Year Award winner.
B.F.A. Contemporary DanceUNC School of the Arts