Emily is a dancer & choreographer who works across dance & theatre, live & digital formats & communities. Originally from the Midlands Emily trained in Contemporary Dance at Bretton Hall College of Arts in Yorkshire & is now based in Cornwall. She has worked extensively as a dancer in touring and site-based productions with companies including WildWorks, Cscape, Kneehigh & Simon Birch, & performed in works by Rosemary Lee, Emma Rice, Yael Flexer, & Agnieszka Blonska.
Emily’s choreographic work includes WildWorks 100: UnEarth, her dance for camera work with film collaborator Brett Harvey (Kneehigh, o-region, Lucasfilm) has been screened worldwide. Her photography is an on-going collection for work & play, documenting & capturing people, place & nature.
She is currently developing new work In My Head (2019/20) exploring everyday sound & hearing loss with a DYCP grant from Arts Council England, amongst other projects.
Emily is a Lecturer of Dance at Falmouth University, an Associate Artist at Hall for Cornwall & Co-founder of Freefall Dance.