MA in Creative Practice (Independent Dance/Trinity Laban) and delivery of experiential anatomy and Authentic Movement on Janet Kaylo’s Laban/Barteneiff Somatic Studies International. With choreographer Ruth Segalis and performer Natasha Gilmore, Amy was a founding member of Rose’s Thoughts Dance Company in London (1996-2003).
For CV, click here
Christian is a photographer based in Essex. He enjoys working with a small number of dance artists in long term collaborations, mostly photographing process with occasional forays into performance photography. His work with other artists is balanced and often merges with a love of natural landscapes, which for the past few years has focussed on discovering and photographing the coastal landscapes of the west highlands of Scotland. www.christiankipp.com
James plays several instruments including piano, saxophone and guitar amongst others. His passion is music composition and he works in a number of genres, including folk, death metal, jazz and contemporary classical. He studied Music at Goldsmiths, University of London and is currently studying part-time to complete his doctoral thesis in computer-assisted composition at Middlesex University. In collaboration with choreographer Amy Voris, he has created electronic scores for several dance works that have been performed in London and abroad. He is a member of both CoMA London Ensemble and Graphite, a group of five composer-performers who perform their own music alongside works by other contemporary composers.
‘I have a fascination for the moving body as it splinters into the shapes of light…it evokes and delights my senses simultaneously.’ Originally from Liverpool, Cath has worked as a Performance Technician for over 20 years, in theatres, colleges and festivals in the UK and Europe. She is currently Senior Theatre Technician / Skills Instructor at Coventry University and has enjoyed experimenting with non-theatre light.
Natalie Garrett Brown
Dr Natalie Garrett Brown, BA, MA, PhD is Head of School for Media and Performing Arts at Coventry University, UK. She is founding associate editor for the Journal of Dance and Somatic Practices, vice chair for DanceHE (Standing Conference of Dance in Higher Education) and co-convener of the International Conference for Dance & Somatic Practices, held biannually at Coventry University. Natalie undertook her Somatic Movement Educators Training in Body-Mind Centering with Embody Move Association, UK. Her practice and research interests are theoretically situated within Feminist understandings of embodied subjectivity and the ways in which somatic and reflective practices can inform education, performance making, creativity, writing and digital cultural practices. Current projects includes Sensing the City, and enter & inhabit, a collaborative site responsive project.
I am a multi-disciplinary artist, teacher and thinker. Most of my background is in dance and choreography but my work keeps evolving and I can now say I am also a visual artist who works in video and performance. In 2008 I moved back to my hometown of Baltimore after more than ten years spent abroad in Bogotá, Colombia and London, England. http://meghanflanigan.blogspot.co.uk/
Regula Voegelin is a performer, choreographer and therapist. She trained initially as a speech therapist at Universitaet Freiburg, Switzerland before completing a Professional Diploma in Dance Studies and a Postgraduate Diploma in Dance and Movement Therapy from Laban. She is a founding member of Carole Meier Compagnie in Bern, Switzerland with whom she danced from 1997-2002. Regula has also danced for choreographers Ioanna Portolou and Manuela Imperatori. With Susannah Schneider, she established Switzerland’s first country-wide community dance festival and founded Bewegrund, a Bern-based integrated dance company which now receives regular funding. Regula works as a speech / movement therapist in schools and in hospitals. The artistic and life philosophy of Butoh dance resonates strongly with her as an artist. Regula has studied Butoh with Kim Itoh, Yumiko Yoshioka, Atsushi Takenouchi, Yuko Kawamoto, Anzu Furukawa, Tadashi Endo, Masaki Iwana and Katsura Kan.
Zoe Robertson is a jewellery artist. Her work currently explores the notion of Jewellery and Performance, investigating the relationship between the object, the body and space. Her jewellery is theatrical in scale and responds to kinaesthetic sensations of materials. She experiments on the edges of the discipline and enjoys working collaboratively. Additionally she is the Course Director for BA (Hons) Jewellery Design and Related Products at the School of Jewellery, Birmingham City University. Her artwork is exhibited within an international arena. More information about Zoe’s previous work can be found at www.zoerobertson.co.uk or follow her on twitter https://twitter.com/_Zoe_Robertson