Born in Manhattan, New York and moved to New Jersey as a child. He grew up in a family of doctors and lawyers and had planned to become a Pediatrician someday. He always loved music, citing his uncle as his earliest inspiration, directing an 80-person choir and a 10-piece band every Sunday in the Baptist church. He was heavily active in sports, favoring lacrosse and football. He was recruited to play on a collegiate level at Stevens Institute of Technology where he was pre-med. It was not until he was about 20 and met someone who introduced him to the world of professional dance that he began to consider it as a career. He took the same course for six months until he had perfected it.
In the late 1990s Bijan began learning about the entertainment business at Universal Talent, studying Film, Camera, and Television. In July 2000, he began his professional acting training at Oxford University in England, learning about Shakespeare and Scene Study. In 2002, Bijan began his professional Hip Hop training at Broadway Dance Center under the Rhapsody James. While at BDC he also learned from Amount Boyz, Jared Grimes, & Jermaine. By 2004 he was in L.A. training at Millennium with David Moore and Shane Sparks. From there he studied at The Edge with Kevin Maher and Leslie Scott, and then moved the Debbie Reynolds Studio to train under Phlex, Chuck Maldanado, Tricia Miranda, Dante, & Jayson Wright. Also in the early 2000s he began taking classes at Dance Designs Studio, learning ballet under Carol Baskinger, and by the time he left the school he was teaching classes.
Bijan's first big break was as a dancer in Jay-Z's "99 Problems" in 2004. In 2010, he co-produced and choreographed the music video for "Monster", starring Kanye West, Jay-Z, Nicki Minaj and Rick Ross alongside director Jake Nava who also directed "Single Ladies" by Beyoncé. Bijan has recently been added as the A&R and Celebrity Choreographer for Soul Diggaz