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"Was lovely to have met you at ChoreOBJECTography. Hope you have a great time in Australia. Send Lucy my best."
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This is a group where people can send messages to artists looking for work. So if you have a job to offer or you are looking for work, this group is the place to be. Happy collaborating!See More
Oct 2, 2009
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Oct 1, 2009
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Oct 1, 2009

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Smith
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I am a New York dancer/choreographer, BFA Dance, NYU-Tisch School of the Arts. Concentration on post-modernism, movement research, BodyMind Centering, Laban, PNF, and dance-theatre.

Was privileged as a young dancer to appear in feature films and music videos under the direction of Paul Thomas Anderson, Jerry Mitchell, Marguerite Derricks, and Michael Rooney, among others. Over the years he has worked as a guest artist for Shirley Winters Ballet (Fresno), Sacramento Ballet, Commonality Dance (Los Angeles), and premiered "Traveling Light" with Joe Goode Performance Group (San Francisco) at the historic Old Mint. During his education at NYU-Tisch Dance he performed, with the Second Avenue Dance Company, "Of the Earth Far Below" by Doug Varone (NYC). He has premiered work with Christopher Williams (NYC), including "The Voyage of Garbhglas" at the Irish Hunger Memorial.

Member of Alexandra Beller/Dances (NYC) since 2010 as well as Gibney Dance (NYC) since 2011.
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Movement artist(dancer/interdisciplinary performer)
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