Stewart Iguidez – aka Stuey Tellar – is an extraordinarily eclectic freestyle dancer and choreographer. He is greatly respected for his dance contribution to Canada. His dance style is the ultimate fusion of urban movement consisting of b-boying, popping, house, new jack swing, tutting, isolation and video dance. A natural entertainer, Stuey Tellar keeps his audiences mesmerized and inspires other dancers with fresh innovative movement.
Stewart started as a b-boy in the mid 90’s before taking interest in hip hop choreography. He has developed his style and skills over the years dancing across North America notably in battles for Rock Da House, Monsters of Hip Hop, and Battle Zone. He has won titles in World of Dance Seattle and Vancouver with his crew The Faculty, as well as Bodyrock San Diego and Artists Emerge Upper Division.
As a recurring judge for the Canadian hiphop Championships for Vancouver & Montreal , Stewart continues to spread his knowledge adjudicating local hiphop battles. He stresses the importance of constructive feedback . "I want to help dancers understand musicality, body-awareness and the importance of hip hop foundation. These elements are not only the key to finding your full potential, but essential to finding your identity as a mover ".
Credits include work with DJ Tiesto, The Roots, Mos Def, Black Eyed Peas, Michael Bublé, Dogg Pound, Naughty By Nature, Nelly Furtado, The Tenors. Stewart was a finalist in So You Think You Can Dance Canada, and has danced in television and feature films Once Upon A Time, Freaky Friday, Hellcats, Rags, and Another Cinderella Story.