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SHOWREELS

JOSEPH CARBONE

Stage name: TripleJC
Years Training: 17 years
Proudest achievement: Performing in the show 'Jump First, Ask Later' in a Australian tour

SUMMARY

As I hit the age of 19 I was doing a few shows on the weekend and teaching a few classes but I needed to make a massive life choice. Do I still try to pursue this as a career or do I go to tafe or uni like 90% of society and get a normal job. Despite what my family wanted, I continued to work hard to turn my hobby into a job. With my team backing me I opened a stunt gym in Fairfield and we are touring around Australia performing at all different types of events. 

ALEJANDRO SCARONE

Stage name: Alejandro (with an accent) 
Joined DMC core team date: 2017 (GEN 2)
Skills: tricking, parkour, Bboy, fire stunts, adagio, actorYears Training: 4 years tricking, 2 years parkour, 3 years breaking

SUMMARY

 I’ve played soccer my whole life, from around 8 years old till I was about 15. And even throughout that time I jumped in and out of sports like basketball, tennis, karate and oz tag. I was a very active kid, but around May in 2015 my friend told me about this art form called “tricking”. He showed a bunch of clips of people doing flips and I was amazed! He also told me that there are DMC classes in Fairfield that teach tricking (10mins from my home) so I went to their classes and trained super hard for a year, and then Joseph Carbone asked if I wanted to be part of the performance team. Immediately I accepted. So after that I trained tricking for another year and performed on the side with the team until in 2017, I started to merge into parkour training. I was in love and focused on parkour for a year, until one unfortunate day where I landed on my head doing a trick (cast away) . During the recovery phase I couldn’t flip at all, could not go to my tricking or parkour so I started watching some breakin’ clips and got a spark of inspiration . And that’s where my breakin journey began on July of 2018 and I’m currently still on that journey as it has been 3 years and I’m still loving the art form. But I’ll never lose the tricking and parkour side of me.

CHRIS KAMIKAZI

Stage name: Kamikazi 
Years Training: 22 years
Proudest achievement: : So you think you can dance 2009, Australian idol finale, Everybody dance now,  AGT ,winner of the world busking festival

SUMMARY

Born and raised in Sydney, Australia, Chris “Kamikazi” Merriman started his dancing journey in quite an unexpected way. Through his youth, he worked a regular job like any average aussie bloke. In his spare time, he excelled in Sport & Recreation – with the greatest potential towards a career in Rugby League, whilst gaining experience in the Australian Army Reserve at the young age of 17. But under the rough exterior of this determined athlete & soldier, was a passionate dancer. Since the age of 11, his passion for breakdancing became more prominent by the time he was a young adult. In 1999, he completed a mentorship via “Morganics” with breakdancing, MC’ing & acting. In 2000, adapted his breakdancing skills, representing “Juse Crew” in Sydney. In 2008, Chris made his dance/TV debut on the first season of “So You Think You Can Dance Australia”. In 2009 he further developed his break dancing and performance skills via “Beat The Streets” for 10 years respectively.Well known for his strength, dedication & loyalty, he continues to develop further skills and experience in Parkour (free-running), Film/TV Stunts, Tricking and Calisthenics. He also touches on his acting career from time to time, appearing in many TV commercials and films throughout his career.currently representing the award winning stunt performing group “dauntless movement crew” He has solidified his reputation in the B-boy/dance scene, under the pseudonym ‘Kamikazi’ and is now destined to have his name not only recognized in the entertainment industry in Australia , but throughout the world.

TRISTAN HODDER

Stage name: T 
Years Training: 7 Years
Joined DMC core team date: 2017 (GEN 2)
Career highlights: 6m Frontflip, 80ft Dub Layout 
Proudest achievement: Main character on channel 7 Ultimate Tag (FIRESTARTER)

SUMMARY

Hey Everyone! My name is Tristan Hodder, I am 21 from Syd, Australia. I grew up training martial arts (kickboxing & karate) from the age of 10. Through martial arts I found the sport Tricking when I was 14. As I began to improve with my tricking skills I realised that this is what I wanted to do for a living and needed to make it my life somehow! I met an Amazing performance team (Dauntless Movement Crew) who took me in and gave me work through teaching and performing on stage. After training tricking for a few years I met many amazing people and found Parkour which is what I specialise in today! I love to be free with my movements! Jumping, Climbing, Flipping and just flowing…

IVANA DJAKOVIC

Stage name: Ivs 
Joined DMC core team date: 2017 Gen 2
Years Training: 9 with taekwondo 6 with DMC 
Proudest achievement: : JFAL TOUR
Role in DMC: Performer/ instructor

SUMMARY

I’ve always been an active kid, I started off with martial arts and did that for 9 years after achieving my Dan 1 black belt and the title of state champion. I moved onto parkour to follow in my brother's footsteps and ended up loving it besides being the only girl in the group. I met Joe, the leader of the Dauntless movement crew and auditioned to become a part of the crew, when I was 15 and have been with them ever since developing my skills and performing alongside not only my team but my family.

ANDREW TRAN

Stage name:  A-trix  
Joined DMC core team date: 2018 (GEN 2)
Skills:  Tricking, Adagio, Freerunning, Fitness, Breakdance, Acro stunts, fire tricks.
Years Training: 6 years
Proudest achievement: Double Backflip!
Career highlights: performing in wedding shows.

SUMMARY

What I love about Tricking:
"The ability to be in the moment and express yourself through tricks."

LAWRENCE BERNAL

Stage name: TheLaw
Joined DMC core team date: 2019 Gen 2
Role: DMC executive (head of production) / classes manager / performer 
Years Training: 11 years Breaking 
Proudest achievement: : HHI world finals 2019 top 16 / destructive sets top 16 / NRL grand final performance / prospect athlete for 2024 Paris Olympics

SUMMARY

Lawrence ‘The Law’ Bernal has successfully strived to create a reputation nationally and internationally as a performer and athlete.

He’s performed at The Star, Qudos Bank arena and ANZ stadium. And worked with artists such as Jason Coleman, Jessica Mauboy, SKB and Justice crew.

Currently prospected as an athlete for the 2024 Olympics for breakdancing.

Lawrence leads by example utilising his movements and charisma to inspire and elevate all those around him to achieve their unlimited potential.

"Fall in love with the process and don’t hold back "

JERICHO LIM

Stage name:  Jericho 
Joined DMC core team date: 2019 (GEN 2)
Years Training: 10 years
Proudest achievement: : Bboy Youth Olympic Games Australian Representative in Taiwan and Japan.
Role: Performer / DMC Executive

SUMMARY

Got into breaking watching the film, 'Step Up 2' when I was 8 years old.
“I remember watching scenes from the film for hours as a young child, trying to master a basic move called the baby freeze. My parents saw me trying the baby freeze for hours in my bedroom, eventually taking me to classes.”

JOSEPH CARBONE

Stage name: TripleJC
Years Training: 17 years
Proudest achievement: Performing in the show 'Jump First, Ask Later' in a Australian tour

SUMMARY

As I hit the age of 19 I was doing a few shows on the weekend and teaching a few classes but I needed to make a massive life choice. Do I still try to pursue this as a career or do I go to tafe or uni like 90% of society and get a normal job. Despite what my family wanted, I continued to work hard to turn my hobby into a job. With my team backing me I opened a stunt gym in Fairfield and we are touring around Australia performing at all different types of events. 

ALEJANDRO SCARONE

Stage name: Alejandro (with an accent) 
Joined DMC core team date: 2017 (GEN 2)
Skills: tricking, parkour, Bboy, fire stunts, adagio, actorYears Training: 4 years tricking, 2 years parkour, 3 years breaking

SUMMARY

 I’ve played soccer my whole life, from around 8 years old till I was about 15. And even throughout that time I jumped in and out of sports like basketball, tennis, karate and oz tag. I was a very active kid, but around May in 2015 my friend told me about this art form called “tricking”. He showed a bunch of clips of people doing flips and I was amazed! He also told me that there are DMC classes in Fairfield that teach tricking (10mins from my home) so I went to their classes and trained super hard for a year, and then Joseph Carbone asked if I wanted to be part of the performance team. Immediately I accepted. So after that I trained tricking for another year and performed on the side with the team until in 2017, I started to merge into parkour training. I was in love and focused on parkour for a year, until one unfortunate day where I landed on my head doing a trick (cast away) . During the recovery phase I couldn’t flip at all, could not go to my tricking or parkour so I started watching some breakin’ clips and got a spark of inspiration . And that’s where my breakin journey began on July of 2018 and I’m currently still on that journey as it has been 3 years and I’m still loving the art form. But I’ll never lose the tricking and parkour side of me.

CHRIS KAMIKAZI

Stage name: Kamikazi 
Years Training: 22 years
Proudest achievement: : So you think you can dance 2009, Australian idol finale, Everybody dance now,  AGT ,winner of the world busking festival

SUMMARY

Born and raised in Sydney, Australia, Chris “Kamikazi” Merriman started his dancing journey in quite an unexpected way. Through his youth, he worked a regular job like any average aussie bloke. In his spare time, he excelled in Sport & Recreation – with the greatest potential towards a career in Rugby League, whilst gaining experience in the Australian Army Reserve at the young age of 17. But under the rough exterior of this determined athlete & soldier, was a passionate dancer. Since the age of 11, his passion for breakdancing became more prominent by the time he was a young adult. In 1999, he completed a mentorship via “Morganics” with breakdancing, MC’ing & acting. In 2000, adapted his breakdancing skills, representing “Juse Crew” in Sydney. In 2008, Chris made his dance/TV debut on the first season of “So You Think You Can Dance Australia”. In 2009 he further developed his break dancing and performance skills via “Beat The Streets” for 10 years respectively.Well known for his strength, dedication & loyalty, he continues to develop further skills and experience in Parkour (free-running), Film/TV Stunts, Tricking and Calisthenics. He also touches on his acting career from time to time, appearing in many TV commercials and films throughout his career.currently representing the award winning stunt performing group “dauntless movement crew” He has solidified his reputation in the B-boy/dance scene, under the pseudonym ‘Kamikazi’ and is now destined to have his name not only recognized in the entertainment industry in Australia , but throughout the world.

TRISTAN HODDER

Stage name: T 
Years Training: 7 Years
Joined DMC core team date: 2017 (GEN 2)
Career highlights: 6m Frontflip, 80ft Dub Layout 
Proudest achievement: Main character on channel 7 Ultimate Tag (FIRESTARTER)

SUMMARY

Hey Everyone! My name is Tristan Hodder, I am 21 from Syd, Australia. I grew up training martial arts (kickboxing & karate) from the age of 10. Through martial arts I found the sport Tricking when I was 14. As I began to improve with my tricking skills I realised that this is what I wanted to do for a living and needed to make it my life somehow! I met an Amazing performance team (Dauntless Movement Crew) who took me in and gave me work through teaching and performing on stage. After training tricking for a few years I met many amazing people and found Parkour which is what I specialise in today! I love to be free with my movements! Jumping, Climbing, Flipping and just flowing…

IVANA DJAKOVIC

Stage name: Ivs 
Joined DMC core team date: 2017 Gen 2
Years Training: 9 with taekwondo 6 with DMC 
Proudest achievement: : JFAL TOUR
Role in DMC: Performer/ instructor

SUMMARY

I’ve always been an active kid, I started off with martial arts and did that for 9 years after achieving my Dan 1 black belt and the title of state champion. I moved onto parkour to follow in my brother's footsteps and ended up loving it besides being the only girl in the group. I met Joe, the leader of the Dauntless movement crew and auditioned to become a part of the crew, when I was 15 and have been with them ever since developing my skills and performing alongside not only my team but my family.

ANDREW TRAN

Stage name:  A-trix  
Joined DMC core team date: 2018 (GEN 2)
Skills:  Tricking, Adagio, Freerunning, Fitness, Breakdance, Acro stunts, fire tricks.
Years Training: 6 years
Proudest achievement: Double Backflip!
Career highlights: performing in wedding shows.

SUMMARY

What I love about Tricking:
"The ability to be in the moment and express yourself through tricks."

LAWRENCE BERNAL

Stage name: TheLaw
Joined DMC core team date: 2019 Gen 2
Role: DMC executive (head of production) / classes manager / performer 
Years Training: 11 years Breaking 
Proudest achievement: : HHI world finals 2019 top 16 / destructive sets top 16 / NRL grand final performance / prospect athlete for 2024 Paris Olympics

SUMMARY

Lawrence ‘The Law’ Bernal has successfully strived to create a reputation nationally and internationally as a performer and athlete.

He’s performed at The Star, Qudos Bank arena and ANZ stadium. And worked with artists such as Jason Coleman, Jessica Mauboy, SKB and Justice crew.

Currently prospected as an athlete for the 2024 Olympics for breakdancing.

Lawrence leads by example utilising his movements and charisma to inspire and elevate all those around him to achieve their unlimited potential.

"Fall in love with the process and don’t hold back "

JERICHO LIM

Stage name:  Jericho 
Joined DMC core team date: 2019 (GEN 2)
Years Training: 10 years
Proudest achievement: : Bboy Youth Olympic Games Australian Representative in Taiwan and Japan.
Role: Performer / DMC Executive

SUMMARY

Got into breaking watching the film, 'Step Up 2' when I was 8 years old.
“I remember watching scenes from the film for hours as a young child, trying to master a basic move called the baby freeze. My parents saw me trying the baby freeze for hours in my bedroom, eventually taking me to classes.”

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

"Our first big show at the Australian Hip-Hop championships in 2014. It was the first time we had been asked to be the special guest at an event and we were absolutely honoured. We trained everyday for 2 weeks and came up with an amazing act that shocked everyone at the event and received a standing ovation."

Joseph Carbone (Team Founder)

"My proudest achievement would have to be the “Jump First, Ask Later Tour” I was a part of with my team DMC, where we travelled all around Australia performing our theatre show. The audience was mainly youths, we told them our story of how we started and inspired them that they can do whatever they want in life regardless of how they start, and how doing what you love will make you happy and staying active is always good for the body."

Alejandro (Team Leader)

 "Cabra moon festival, being able to be part of the JFAL tour inspiring kids all around Australia never will forget it, best 2 months of my life, classes back at PYT/ old gym ffld. Being to coach the kids."

Ivana (Core Member)