Dance Artist, Choreographer
In Choreological Studies, Trinity Laban offered me the time and space to engage with movement as a form of physical inquiry: to ask questions by moving, to make statements through movement. Studying choreology opened my mind and challenged my body, sparking an ongoing curiosity into how movement works.Ellen Jeffrey
Ellen completed both a BA in Dance in 2011 and a Specialist Diploma in Choreological studies in 2016 at Trinity Laban. She has worked for dance scholar Dr Valerie Preston-Dunlop and performed on projects with SAP Dance and LPM Dance Theatre, as well as choreographing and performing her own work in various countries including Finland and the United Kingdom. She is a member of Summit Dance Theatre and has performed nationally and internationally with them. Ellen is currently studying for an AHRC-funded PhD in site-specific dance practice – working title, ‘The Night Shifts: a Choreological Approach to Place’ - at Lancaster University.
Photo Credit: Sanna Kasma