B I O G R A P H Y
C H O R E O G R A P H E R | D I R E C T O R
C L I E N T S I N C L U D E:
HASTINGS PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
THE RIPTIDE MOVEMENT
EDIFICE DANCE THEATRE
F E A T U R E D O N:
BFI FILM FESTIVAL
VIMEO STAFF PICK
VIRAL DANCE FILMS OF OVER 12 MILLION VIEWS
Harriet is a London based choreographer, director and dance artist. of EDIFICE dance theatre. She specialises in movement and dance for film and theatre.
She has choreographed numerous dance films including Netflix Original ‘Been So Long’ directed by BAFTA winning director Tinge Krishnan, Sky Arts documentary "I Still Breathe" and internationally exposed viral dance films ‘Abaddon’ and ‘Edifice’ which collectively have views of over 12 million. Her work in film has been featured on Netflix, Nowness, VICE and has been selected as Vimeo Staff Pick and as part of BFI Special Presentation in 2018.
Additionally Harriet works alongside Carmine De Amicis as co-director of EDIFICE dance theatre. EDIFICE combines ballroom/contemporary/theatrical narrative to create original productions for stage and film which have toured both in the UK and internationally including venues such as The Place, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Teatro Adolfo Marsillach. Harriet has directed sell out shows ‘Blood Wedding’, ‘Tenome’, ‘Salomé’, and immersive theatre experience ‘Transcendence’ in collaboration with Alex MacArthur Interiors.
Whilst primarily a contemporary dancer Harriet is also classically trained with experience in Ballroom and Contact Improvisation. As a choreographer she works closely with character driven work with an attention on emotion and experience. She draws inspiration from fine art, literature, real life and the ordinary.
As a performer Harriet is working as a freelance dancer and as company dancer for Tavaziva and EDIFICE dance theatre. She has recently performed choroegraphies by Otto Pichler in ‘Carmen’ and Micheal Keegan Dolan in ‘Macbeth’ at The Royal Opera House London 2018/19. Harriet has worked with artists Tino Seghal (Tate Modern), Yelena Popova, Candida Powell-WIlliams (Serpentine Gallery).