Jo Fong is a director, choreographer and performer working in dance, film, theatre, opera and the visual arts. Her practice is influenced by her eclectic experiences in many dance and theatre making processes and performance. These include performances with DV8 Physical Theatre, Rosas (Belgium) and Rambert Dance Company. Recent collaborations include working with Wendy Houston, Sonia Hughes, Deborah Light, Unfinished Business, Skye Reynolds, National Theatre Wales, Welsh National Opera, Hull Dance and Quarantine.

Jo lives in Wales & is a Peilot Associate Artist with Chapter Arts Centre, Associate Artist with Chinese Arts Now (CAN) & Research Associate with SE Dance. As an independent artist she has toured her choreographic work throughout the UK and to international festivals. Her work has been recognised and awarded by the Critic’s Circle National Dance Awards, Creative Wales Award and Wales Theatre Awards.

www.jofong.com

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