Lizzie Feidelson (performer) is a performer and writer based in New York. She has recently performed in works by Meg Weeks and Moriah Evans.
Michael Ingle (performer) is an artist and performer based in New York City. His work has been presented at numerous venues in New York and nationally. As a performer, Michael has worked with Hilary Easton + Company, Tere O’Connor Dance, Laura Peterson Choreography, Deganit Shemy & Company, Anna Sperber|Dance Projects, Megan Sprenger/mvworks, Makiko Tamura/small apple co., Bill Young/Colleen Thomas & Co., Christopher Williams Dances and Miriam Wolf, among others.
Jasmine Jawato (performer) was born and raised in El Segundo, CA. She studied dance at The Studio Art of Dance in her hometown before receiving her undergraduate degree from the department of World Arts and Cultures/Dance at UCLA. Following her undergraduate studies, Jasmine continued to teach and choreograph at The Studio Art of Dance. In 2014 she toured nationally as a member of David Roussève's Stardust Company, performing at the Clarice Smith Center, Krannert Center, and Jacob's Pillow. She has also performed at several Los Angeles venues including CalArt's REDCAT Theater with David Roussève/REALITY, Kevin Williamson, and Maria Gillespie/Oni Dance and internationally with Michel Kouakou’s Daara Dance Company in Germany and Côte d'Ivoire. Since 2012, Jasmine has co-organized two annual contemporary dance workshops alongside Michel Kouakou in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire, where she has had the opportunity to teach and collaborate with international artists.
Elliot Jenetopulos (lighting designer) has designed lights for Anna Sperber, Enrico Wey, Jen Rosenblit, Mariana Valencia, Marissa Perel, The Builders Association, luciana achugar, Lorene Bouboushian, niv Acosta,Tess Dworman, Ursula Eagly, and others. Elliott is currently co-curating the Movement Research Spring Festival along with Aretha Aoki, Eleanor Smith, and Tara Aisha Willis.
Christian Joy (costume designer) is a costume designer and textile artist residing in Brooklyn, NY. She has created stage looks for such performers as Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Brittany Howard of the Alabama Shakes. She has also collaborated with choreographers Anna Sperber, Mariangela Lopez and Jillian Peńa and principal dancer for the American Ballet Theatre, Isabella Boylston. Christian’s costume and textile work has been exhibited at galleries in Tokyo, Hong Kong, New York and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
Emma Judkins (performer) is a Brooklyn-based freelance dancer and performer currently working with Pavel Zustiak & Palissimo Company, The Space We Make, Amber Sloan and Anna Sperber. Past artistic and performing collaborations include Kendra Portier I Band Portier, Derrick Belcham & Emily Terndrup, Phantom Limb Company, Jordana Toback and Kyle Abraham / Abraham.In.Motion. Emma is also a bookkeeper and freelance administrator.
Ryan Sawyer (composer/musician) (b.1976, San Antonio, TX) started playing drums at the age of 11. Initially learning his craft through academic orchestra and marching band he was quick to find the colloquial conjunto, zydeco, and punk rock musics of his home town equally inspiring and freeing. This started a lifelong interest in music as a communicative and healing language. At 19, he recorded the influential first At The Drive-In record "Acrobatic Tenement". Ryan moved to New York in 1997 to pursue his interest in improvised music. Ryan plays and records with an ever-growing group of improvisers and bands; Oso Blanco (Colin Stetson, Nate Wooley, C. Spencer Yeh), Boredoms, Meshell Ndegeocello, Cass McCombs, Thurston Moore, Trevor Dunn's Proofreaders, Matana Roberts, IIII (Hisham Bharoocha, Ben Vida, Brian Chase), Man Forever, Rhys Chatham, Susan Alcorn amongst many more. Most recently he has been touring his solo project record One Day Your Heart Will Be Your Skin
Rebecca Warner (performer) loves dance. Most recently she has worked with Anna Sperber, Stacy Grossfield, Jennifer Lacey and Wally Cardona.
Tara Willis (performer) - also currently performs for Kim Brandt and has recently danced for Megan Byrne and Sarah A.O. Rosner. Her choreography has been shown at Movement Research at Judson Church, BAX, Roulette, THROW, Dixon Place, The Painting Center, and AUNTS; her writing appears in theMovement Research Performance Journal, The Brooklyn Rail, and Women & Performance: a journal of feminist theory. She edits for academic journals TDR/The Drama Review and Women & Performance, is the Coordinator of Diversity Initiatives for Movement Research, and is a PhD candidate in Performance Studies at NYU.