Originally from New Jersey, Tarikh Campbell began dancing during his freshman year at MIT, and has continued dancing in Boston ever since. Throughout his college years, Tarikh trained with various student dance groups, and eventually decided to branch out from MIT, leading him to join local Greater Boston dance companies such as Tribe and Static Noyze. Toward the end of his college days, Tarikh and a few friends came together to form Side Project and Project Nailz, crews that took to the stage as professionals but related to one another like family. Side Project evolved into larger companies such as Weapons of MASS and The CONcept Artists, where Tarikh currently serves as Executive Director. Since 2016, he has co-produced The CONcept ARTists’ annual CONcentrate On The ARTistry urban arts showcase in Somerville, MA. Throughout all this, Tarikh has danced and choreographed for recording artists such as Makio, Erene, Gilbert Vargas, and Yanina Johnson. He has opened performances for Omarion and The Dream. To this day, Tarikh continues to create performances, teach classes, and learn new movement from fellow artists everywhere.