Kameron N. Saunders was born in St. Louis, MO. He is a graduate of the Conservatory of Music and Dance at the University of Missouri-Kansas City with his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance and Choreography. He graduated from Metro Academic & Classical High School while doing his dance training at COCA (Center of Creative Arts). There he studied ballet, modern, jazz, hip hop, and choreography; all a part of their Pre-Professional Program. His performance experience includes UMKC's Conservatory of Music and Dance, Webster University, COCADance and Ballet Eclectica - two of COCA’s student dance companies. Kameron is currently a principal dancer with Afriky Lolo; a West-African dance company in St. Louis, MO under the direction of Diadie Bathily. He has also performed as a guest artist with Störling Dance Theater in Kansas City. Kameron has worked with renowned artists such as Alicia Graf Mack, Anthony Redd Williams, Antonio Douthit-Boyd, Sally Bliss, Christine O’Neal, Kirk Peterson, Michael Uthoff, Jon Lehrer, Kate Skarpetowska, Kirven J. Douthit-Boyd, Edgar Anido, Ray Mercer, Sabrina Madison-Cannon, Gary Abbott, DeeAnna Hiett, Cecil Slaughter, Lara Teeter, Lee Nolting, Frank Chaves, Ron K. Brown, and Daisha Graf. Kameron has choreographed for the University of Missouri-Kansas City, Washington University, Missouri Contemporary Ballet, The Big Muddy Dance Company, and COCA. Kameron has presented several of his works at festivals including Modern Night at the Folly in Kansas City, Spring to Dance in St. Louis, and Deeply Rooted Dance Company's Emerging Choreographer's Showcase in Chicago. In the spring of 2011 Kameron entered the National Society of Arts and Letters “Art of the Solo” choreography competition where his work ‘Runner’ won first place in the St. Louis chapter sending him to compete nationally in Birmingham, Alabama where he won fifth place. Most recently Kameron choreographed for Tony award-winning actor Ken Page for his original play for dance, Sublime Intimacy, which premiered in December of 2015. Kameron has returned to his home studio, COCA, and now serves as the company rehearsal assistant to former Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater principal dancers, Antonio and Kirven Douthit-Boyd.