W. Hudson's involvement with the Argentine tango began in 1999, when he first encountered the dance in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Since then, his fascination with the art form has taken him to dance halls, academies and clubs throughout the province of Buenos Aires. In his quest to learn the music and dance from the port city, he has apprenticed with maestros, musicians, and street performers from all corners of the city and beyond. W. Hudson attended classes at Escuela Del Tango in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Casa Del Tango in La Plata, Argentina, and Passion for Tango: School of Argentine Tango in Charlotte, North Carolina. Furthermore, W. Hudson studied the mechanics of human motion at the University of North Carolina in Charlotte where he earned the Masters of Science degree. Now, approaching the dance with a blend of academic rigor and local artistry taken directly from the streets of Buenos Aires, W. Hudson teaches classes on the Argentine Tango, at Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, North Carolina. There he highlights the cultural relevance of tango and encourages an authenticity in approach that can only be gleaned from a committed study of the art born in the Rio De La Plata region.