Helping young people through interactive and physical activities, particularly through the teaching of the dance form known as ‘breakin’ and its associated culture, art and music.

To develop their skills, capacities and capabilities to enable them to participate in society as mature and responsible individuals.

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  • Jason's contribution to Breakin' the Bay, as part of a team of curators, was fantastic.  He brought knowledge, passion and ambition to the project and was able to deliver on all three, both for the artists involved and for the audiences that watched.  Jason challenged us to think bigger and better about the event and I feel that this paid dividends for all involved.
    Rob Ashelfordformerly Associate Producer, Wales Millennium Centre, now Programme Manager, Nesta
  • To have witnessed the growth of the young people throughout the projects and see them become fine young men has been an honour and inspiration and I am truly proud to have been a part of its success
    Poe OneStyle Elements
  • Jason made a huge positive impact to many young people across Rhondda Cynon Taff, through his work as a break dance teacher and mentor.  
    Liz DriscollRCTCBC Cultural Services
  •  Jason (Slammo) has a longstanding working relationship with ArtWorks, Valleys Kids. He is an exceptional practitioner whose first and foremost interest is the young people he works with. He has achieved ‘the impossible’ with many of our young people who have become dedicated artists in their own right, can’t recommend him highly enough.
    Miranda BalinValleys Kids/ArtWorks Artistic Director
  • Definitely helped our young people to become more creative in the arts through the forum of breakin'. Really shook off their stereotypical image of male dance instructors with engaging personality and knowledge of the barriers and issues that they face in being taken seriously by their peers and community leaders.
    Andy MckayBad Bikes