About Phillip



Updates (cont.)

What a Courageous Decision From Both Tatsuki Machida and Phillip Mills

January 5, 2015


With bitter disappointment (it is indeed terribly hard to watch a skater with such a huge potential and wonderful career ahead leave the competitive arena so soon, too soon), I invite you to travel back in time and see Tatsuki Machida in the framework of his last international competition, the Grand Prix Final in Barcelona.


Japan's World Figure Skating Magazine featured Phillip's choreography for Tatsuki Machida. - May 2014


Machida Takes Silver at 2014 World Championships - March 28, 2014 Three tenths of a point keeps Machida's strong program from the top of the podium.


Divine Short Blows Machida Past Field in Saitama -

March 26, 2014 Skating at his first worlds, Japan's Tatsuki Machida was the evening's winner with 98.21 points, 7.03 points more than his previous personal best.


International Competitors 2013 - 2014 Season


Phillip Mills interviewed about figure skating choreography on Time-Warner Cable's, What's Up Orange County? 


National and Special Event Champions


Phillip Mills Interviewed on "Skate Guard in Your Pocket" Blog Post, September 2013.


The Skating Lesson Blogs about Phillip's work with the legendary Michelle Kwan, April 2013.


IceTalent Inc. interviews Phillip Mills - March 19, 2013 about the path he took to become an internationally successful choreographer having created 20 World and Olympic programs over the years.


Spring Snips: Jackson Pollock Painting Inspires Choreographer and Costume Designer - Februray 10, 2012 Ice Network Read how this duo worked with Ashley Wagner to create her short program for the season. 


"True Champion" Wagner Wows the Crowd in Triumph - October 21, 2012 Ice Network Ashley Wagner wins Skate America. The new Samson and Delilah program rivals last year's Black Swan's success.


Phillip Mills Wins the 2011 Jimmy Disbrow Award at US Nationals. This coveted award honors members of the figure skating community who exhibit the selfless, passionate spirit of dedication that Jimmy contributed throughout his life to the sport of ice skating. 


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