The company was formed in 2015 and is the platform on which Natalie Su Robinson is developing her unique style. Exploring deep creativity, augmenting movement with diverse media sources. A new breed of choreographer creating work that harnesses sound, film, and projection to provoke, inspire and challenge.
Natalie has continued to develop her dialogue with film choreographing for a number of short films and music videos in 2020.
Natalie Su Robinson, Company director
Born in the City of Belfast, Natalie has completed 9 years full time training and professional practice. She studied at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. She has performed at the Royal Festival Hall, for HRH Princess Anne and worked under various choreographers including Dr. Valerie Preston Dunlop, Lizzi Kew-Ross and Marie Forbes. Previously a company dancer with Transform Company and Artivism Dance Theatre. Natalie has shown her seminal works “Egnonymous” and “Outward” at Laban and The Broadway Theatre. Natalie has also performed for and alongside innovative performance artist Amanda Coogan, helping raise £800,000 for Syrian Refugees in Iraq.
Natalieʼs style is primarily contemporary, having been influenced by Cunningham, Limón, and Release techniques. Natalie practiced the art of Ariel hoop for one year to heighten her skill as a diverse performer. She utilises Choreological studies as an analytical tool for observing, creating and performing. Her practice encapsulates a breadth of creative expression and she is passionate about every element of her productions, creating original sound, film, costume and lighting for each new work.
Graham Robinson, Director of Creative Media
In the last 12 years Graham has covered the globe and provided unique visual experiences for hundreds of thousands of people, created a revolutionary social broadcasting platform in use by the BBC and produced videos with over 50 Million views for clients such as Warner Music, Universal and Sony.
Following a philosophy of “Make Everything Beautiful” he enjoys applying his creativity to a diverse range of outputs.
Liz Kirk-Channing, Senior Company dancer
David Kam, Rehearsal Director
David initially trained in contemporary theatrical drumming under the tutelage of HANDS Percussion, whose collaborative practice led him towards encountering contemporary dance. His background in architecture informs his movement approach as a spatial thinker, a shape shifter and choreologist interested in effort and precision.
He has most recently toured with Transitions Dance Company and gained an MA in Dance Performance with Distinction at Trinity Laban. Over the years, David had the privilege to work with Bawren Tavaziva, Zoi Dimitriou, Miguel Pereira, Tony Thatcher, Melanie Clarke and Dr. Valerie Preston-Dunlop, all of which contributed to his diverse and international performing experience across the UK, Asia and Europe. Whilst predominantly a performer and yoga instructor, David considers himself as an interdisciplinary maker, naturally carving his own path of work as a distinctly versatile artist.