Pony Zion

Harlem, New York born and raised Devon Webster also known as Pony Zion has dedicated his life to dance and performance. Pony’s outsized gift has grown him into a much sought after international creative director and celebrity choreographer working with global artists like Fergie, Chaka Khan, Mariah Carey, and Ashanti and renowned choreographers like Laurie Gibson. In 2013 Pony Zion had created "Celebrity Balls" for the W Hotel and "The Life Ball" in Vienna, Austria for Grammy award winner Fergie. Pony is also an icon in the House Ballroom community and is known for his mastery and innovation of the art of vogue. He is the creator of Vogue Evolution the first choreographed professional lgbt dance group built around Vogue and performance known globally for its wildly successful appearance on season 4 of Fox’s America’s Best Dance Crew. Pony’s visionary work with marginalized communities led him to create Vogue Theory –a leadership development and HIV prevention intervention bisecting the discourses of public health, social justice, and self empowerment. Pony is presently preparing to launch an international health and fitness workshop called Vogue Fitness and continues the work of building the Iconic house of Zion which he founded in New York City in 2007 and has since spread to São Paulo, Brasil becoming Brasil’s original and historic Ballroom house.

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