Emma Lee competes internationally, for England, in all major championships. Some of her achievements include being British and UK Closed Professional Latin finalist and Serbian Amateur finalist, and quarter finalists of the Professional International Rising Stars Championship.
She has also been involved with TV events such as: "Maxi Nutrition" adverts, "Children in Need, Peoples Strictly", "Cuban fury", the film "The wedding video" and "Murder on the home front", to name a few, performing in and as choreographers.
She has also performed shows at venues such as: The Roundhouse, The Savoy and The Grand; for celebrity parties and corporate companies.
Emma is involved with companies in the UK and abroad, working for some of the biggest cruise liners such as P&O and Thompson, and UK based company Holidays for Dancers.
She has a passion not just for dancing, but for teaching as well.
Shem’s dancing adventure began at the age of 7, when he asked his parents to sign him up for ballroom and latin dance classes at his school in Ilawa, Poland. Quite quickly, he realised that this was to be his passion and profession in life and so, set about making his dream a reality. At the age of 15, he got invited to the Polish Ballroom Formation Team and became part of the National Team with whom, he won several Polish Ballroom Formation Championships as well as the World Ballroom Formations Vice-Championship in 2005. When he was 19, he decided to take his dancing further and moved to Norway, where he successfully won a multitude of national competitions. In 2010, Shem’s dancing career took him to London. He is currently trained by the best coaches in the world such as Goran Nordin, Michael Stylianos, Lorna Lee, Sergey Surkov and Melia to name a few. Together with his current dance partner they represent England in all major national and international competitions around the world. He is a finalist and semi-finalist of many national and international competitions. Shem is a very friendly, experienced ballroom and latin teacher, who loves to share his passion with his students.