Gina Buntz’s choreography was cited by Anna Kisselgoff in the New York Times as, "A dancer's choreographer - the possessor of a virtuoso mind whose inventiveness is of keen interest to other dancers." She has taught and choreographed throughout the U.S. and overseas in Europe, Korea, East Africa and Haiti. Ms. Buntz is a recipient of fellowships from the National Endoment for the Arts and the Florida Division of Cultural Affairs. She has presented her work at the American Dance Festival, Edinburgh Festival Fringe, CNDC Angers in France among many others. Ms. Buntz has been on faculty at New World School of the Arts, Interlochen Arts Academy, Dreyfoos School of the Arts and BAK MSOA, Stephens College and the University of Michigan. From 2007-2015, Gina was Dance Chair at the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts where she mentored young dancers at the pre-professional level. As a member of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG), she was part of a core group of principal dancers in the movie "Fame" who negotiated the first union salary rate for dancers in film and television. Gina is also founding director of a new company, danceflow®, that hold dance sessions and events for non-dancers of all ages.