Dalphe Morantus is a professional dancer and art creator born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He spent the last eleven years in Los Angeles, where he lived and worked as an artist, choreographer, and member of several dance communities. His family’s roots hail from Haiti, where they migrated to the United States and landed in Brooklyn, the melting pot which molded Dalphe’s artistic beginnings and appreciation of both cultures. That appreciation grew into expression as he fell in love with blending dance styles from the many cultures that he was exposed to, having grown up vibing to dancehall, afro-fusion, hip-hop, salsa, and house dance. Fusions like these are heavy characteristics of his work, which led to his trademark style and alias, International Dalphe. He has over fourteen years of experience working with notable names in the industry such as Ricky Martin, Don Omar, Daft Punk, Snoop Dogg, and Justin Bieber, just to name a few. Nowadays, his work is focused on teaching people how to move their body using groove isolations as a steppingstone to embrace their true self.