Mark George Dogillo received his formal dance training at Fresh Groove Productions starting in 2005. In 2008, he formed and began coaching “Illest Vibe”. Through hard work and dedication, they dominated high school competitions all over the lower mainland such as Next Level, Footloose, Surrey Dance Festival, and Peak Invitational, just to name a few. Mark then led them to win many competitions hosted in the United States such as the International Dance Competition and Dance USA Dance. Illest Vibe  has been an undefeated team at the Canadian Hip Hop Championships since 2009. They have represented Canada at the World Hip Hop Championships for five consecutive years, and have won silver in the varsity division in 2010.  The milestone of Marks’ career initiated when he was given the prestigious opportunity to perform at the closing ceremonies of the 2010 Olympics where he was featured amongst 19 other dancers. This instigated further when Mark co-coached “Freshh” during the finals of Canada’s Got Talent, while Illest Vibe was also featured on MuchMusic’s New Music Live. In 2012, Mark created a young duo called “Lucky Aces”. Coached by Mark, despite their young age, (now 12 years) Lucky Aces has been able to accomplish extraordinary feats. They have been featured in the film “Step Up 5: All In”, are viral Vine© sensations, and have been guest performers on “The Ellen Degeneres Show”. Mark is an upcoming force to be reckoned with as he continues to drive his passion for dance and train as hard as it takes to further his career as a limitless choreographer.