Rob Moreland has been DJing for lindy hop dancers since 2003, when he started a four year stretch of DJing every week at a local dance in Raleigh, NC. Aside from playing at events and exchanges across the US, he's DJed long-running nationally-known venues in LA, New York City, Washington DC, Denver and other cities. He DJd at the Basie Centennial Ball in 2004 and has been on the Lindy Focus DJ staff as a DJ and the DJ Coordinator/Head DJ for 5+ years. He was also featured on Yehoodi Radio in March 2007. He's been the featured DJ for Stompology for the last three years and for the Nevermore Jazz Ball and Cumberland Shuffle this past year. Most recently, he joined the DJ staff at ULHS. After spending the last 15 years dancing in the Raleigh, NC lindy hop scene, he's a recent transplant to St. Louis, MO. Rob is known for playing a wide range of tempos and styles, with music chosen to keep the floor full and the dancers happy.
This is Rob's fourth time at SONH, but his first at Camp Wicosuta. He's excited to join the fantastic camp and DJ staff.
Meghan is a pan-Canadian lindy hopper who has been nurturing her passion for swing since 2003. Before arriving in Montreal in 2010, she spent many years in small and growing swing communities. She has been teaching weekly classes in Canada for almost 10 years, at places such as Cat’s Corner in Montreal, and is currently based in France. While she has seen different trends and influences come and go, she believes that the Big Band swing that Frankie and friends swung out to at the Savoy never goes out of style. Meghan loves social dancing and teaching, both at Cat's Corner and wherever her travels take her, including South Africa, Mozambique and Sweden. In her weekly classes she puts an emphasis on rhythm, care for your partner, and good old fashioned fun! Whether as a DJ, MC or teacher, Meghan keeps the energy in the room high and enjoyment accessible for everyone.