Amy is a London-based performer and maker. She read English at Cambridge University and trained at London Contemporary Dance School. She has performed for Hussein Chalayan & Damien Jalet, Tino Sehgal, Alessandro Sciarroni, Chiara Frigo, Maresa von Stockert’s Tilted Productions, Conor Doyle, Marco D’Agostin, Giorgia Nardin and Charlotte Spencer. Amy’s current research project is TOMBO(Y)LA, which opens a playful space for female masculinity in dance.

Amy is a TripHazard Artist 2015-16 and a member of The Hunting Lodge, a European choreographic research collective. She was a Sadler’s Wells Summer University Artist 2010-14 under Jonathan Burrows and a participant of ChoreoRoam Europe 2012. Amy was project writer for Performing Gender 2013-14, a European project based on gender and sexuality. In 2014 she was awarded a Lisa Ullmann Travelling Scholarship to research queer culture and performance in San Francisco. Amy has choreographed a series of duets with Valentina Golfieri including I Just Close My Eyes: Here Are The Devils. Amy lecturers in Choreography at London Contemporary Dance School and in Critical Studies at Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance.

 

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