Collaborators

Jack Judd

Jack Judd

Upon graduating from the Royal College Of Music, Jack swiftly moved into the arena of film. Since co-establishing Floodwater Films in 2012, Jack has made numerous short films, animations, promotional videos and a documentary. He has also worked extensively as Director Of Photography and Editor with Veni Vidi Film, Dare 2 Dream Dance Company and Dawka Energii Dance Company.
Delve Dance

Delve Dance

Founded in 2011 by Laura Erwin, Delve Dance is an exciting emerging contemporary dance company. Our resident choreographer, Chloë Hunter, is eager to develop her practice and create performance work through collaborations. Delve Dance creates physically and intellectually stimulating choreography.

At the forefront of the company's artistic vision is a passion to bring high quality dance to new audiences within their own community. Delve Dance runs an extensive education programme, making dance accessible and enjoyable for any audience. The company also aims to support the progression and growth of the next generation of dance artists.

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Alex Judd

Alex Judd

Alex studied violin, piano and composition at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London before going on to read music at Goldsmiths College, University of London and specialising in composition. Alex composes extensively for dance and drama projects, most recently having composed for the Theatre:re production of ‘The Gambler’ performed at Jackson’s Lane, RADA, The Roundhouse and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2012. Other recent composition credits include ‘Othello’ at Lauderdale House (Aug 2010) and music for pieces performed at the European Cultural Congress (Sept 2011) and Resolution! Festival at The Place (Jan 2011).

Alex is an experienced session musician having performed in many orchestras as a violinist, and worked with several bands in the recording studio and live onstage as a session pianist and guitarist. Most recently Alex worked with the ‘Noisettes’, and is a permanent session musician for ‘Bright Light Bright Light’ and ‘Glass Pear’.

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Kansaze

Kansaze

Rachael Nanyonjo is a choreographer, writer, teacher and dance artist She attended the Brit School for Performing Arts (2004) and went on to graduate from Roehampton University with a BA Honours in Dance Studies in 2009. In 2012 Rachael gained her Masters in choreography from Middlesex University. Rachael has worked for Jigsaw4u, londondance.com since 2010, Wayne McGregor Random Dance (Big Dance 2012) and East London Dance as a dance artist. Other experience includes working as an assistant choreographer for Dream Arts, dancing for CDE (collaborative dance experience), stage management at Move It 2012 and creative media work for BBC London, The Roundhouse and Sky Arts. In 2011 Rachael was shortlisted for the Matthew Bourne's New Adventures Choreographers Award and in 2012 became the first recipient the London Hub Pitch It Award for emerging artists to create new work for the Tara Arts Theatre in summer 2013.

In 2011 Rachael formed Kansaze Dance with the aim of creating innovative contemporary dance theatre inspired by society through collaborating with different art forms. To date the company have performed at Resolutions 2013, Blueprint at Stratford Circus (2013), Live Vibe 2012, Free to Fall at Richmix, Chisenhale Dance Space 2012 and The Lake View Theatre Middlesex.

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