Originally from Canada, choreographer and dancer Jennifer Essex now lives and works in London. She choreographs and performs in a diverse range of projects including films, music videos, and live works.
Recently she was the choreographer for Two Dancers, which was an official selection of the East End Film Festival, London Independent Film Festival, and was at the Cannes Short Film Corner. She has also worked on the groundbreaking interactive video Helioscope for Vessels with the award-winning Studio Murmur team. Jennifer was one of four choreographers selected for a residency at the National Choreographic Centre exploring the connections between music and movement. Her current work entitled Satyricon has been selected for performance at Platform for the Mouth of the Tyne Festival as well as to tour to several London theatres.
Jennifer’s performance career has included highlights such as dancing in the feature films Anna Karenina and Les Miserables. She has toured extensively throughout North America and Europe, working with choreographers including Liam Steel, Luca Silvestrini, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, and Rachel Browne.
This video is an excerpt from Satyricon
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