Born and raised in the Bay Area, Brian Hirano grew up playing a wide range of competitive sports. At the age of sixteen, music videos and capoeira influenced him to pursue breakdancing. At UC Irvine, Brian Hirano was introduced to hip hop and pop choreography by the dance crew CADC (Chinese Association Dance Crew). Towards the end of his college career, Brian joined the hip hop company Team Boogiezone/Breed where he furthered his training in hip hop dance, working alongside industry professionals. In 2004, he joined another crew composed primarily of breakers and decided to pursue dance as a profession. In 2006, some members branched off to form Quest. Since then, Brian has remained an active member of Quest while working on projects in the dance industry. He has worked with Colby O’Donis ft. Akon, Natasha Bedingfield, Roscoe Umali, Nike Asia Industrials, and was a principal dancer on America’s Got Talent. He has also worked in such films as Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull and Ocean’s 13. Brian wants his dedication to inspire people from all walks of life to believe in themselves and to pursue their passions and dreams. He thanks his family and friends for all their support as well all the people along the way who have inspired him.