Fleet Moves is made possible by the collaborative efforts of our team of teachers, performers, designers and community partners. Many Fleet Moves artists work to support the festival in multiple capacities, whether through performing, teaching, choreographing, or coordinating.

Katie Baer Schetlick (Co-Director) a wanderer of sorts, has never been able to call one place home. Her lone constant has been movement. An explorer at heart, she revels in collecting all forms of “dance” in the most unexpected places.  Co-founder of Fleet Moves, Katie brings her passion and expertise to the festival as producer, curator of visual arts, and fueler of the groove.

Zena Bibler (Co-Director) is an independent dance artist with a voracious appetite for all types of movement. An avid surfer, she has spent many magical months in Wellfleet and hopes to channel her love for dance and ocean into site-specific performances that enrich each other. Co-founder of Fleet Moves, she works in a variety of capacities, producing, directing, and facilitating workshops and performances.

As The Movement Party they have facilitated unique performance experiences at Movement Research at the Judson Church, NADA Art Fair (Basilica Hudson), Dixon Place,  Eldert Street Lofts, as well as Grand Army Plaza and Prospect Park. As educators, they have taught classes in movement, composition, and improvisation at Yale University, Vassar College, and Shambhala Yoga and Dance with a focus on increasing body awareness and integration through movement and imagery. As co-Directors of the inaugural year of Fleet Moves, Katie and Zena continue their efforts to set the world in motion with an exciting four-day festival that asks Wellfleet, May we have this dance?

Sky Freyss-Cole (Community Liaison) is a facilitator, community connecter and dancer-at-heart who was born and raised in Wellfleet. She studied at the Global College of Long Island University as well as KaosPilots International School of Project, Process and Business Design in Denmark. She lived and worked around the world in North and Latin America, Europe, Africa and Asia before returning to live full-time in her community on Cape Cod. Sky has been dancing for most of her life and although it has never been a professional endeavor, it is a deep passion of hers. Sky is also co-chair of Wellfleet Preservation Hall‘s Programming Committee and spends much of her time helping projects like Fleet Moves come to fruition.

Robin Bangert (Teaching and Performing Artist) is a Brewster native and longtime Welfleet enthusiast! She began training at the age of five at the Academy of Performing Arts. At 15, Robin packed her bags and made her way to Florida where she studied at The Harid Conservatory for a year, followed by a year at North Carolina School of the Arts and two years at the Houston Ballet Academy. In 2004, Robin joined Texas Ballet Theater in Fort Worth Texas under the direction of the great Ben Stevenson and has been dancing merrily along for eight seasons. Some favorite roles include Carabosse and Fairy Song in “Sleeping Beauty”, Harlots in “Romeo and Juliet”, Cygnets, Pas de Trois and Neopolitan in “Swan Lake” all by Ben Stevenson and also roles in George Balanchines “Serenade” and “Theme and Variations” and Peter Zweifelʼs “Glimpse”, “Love Always Remains” and “The Finding”. She is thrilled to get a chance to work with Fleet Moves and dance on her home turf!

Cole Barash (Exhibition)
learned photography by doing it. He started early with the craft: a hungry kid in the darkroom. Shot everything. He had quickly created a language for himself with the camera. Pure expression. Abstract vision. Documenting the motion and emotion of snowboarding, Cole learned technique. The mountain environment taught him patience and humility. The nonstop travel fueled his fire.Today, Cole is among action sports’ most sought after photographers and is now continuing his path outside of the split second world. On everything from magazine covers to global ad campaigns, his images speak in honest, universal tones. They invite and engage.In any environment, from the studio to the streets to the high alpine, Cole’s vision is guided by passion and precision. It reflects both his intensity and his creative vision.

Aaron Binaco (Visual Artist, Documentation) (b.1986) is a photographer and artist originally from Massachusetts now living in New York.




Rebecca Burrill (Teaching and Performing Artist) is a dancer, visual artist, and movement based educational therapist. She received her doctorate in studies focusing on the relationships between movement, brain evolution, child development, art making, and learning. She is a certified elementary educator and is artistic director of improvisationally based dance programs in schools, K-12. She is published in Teaching Artist Journal, most recently: “The Primacy of Movement in Art-Making”, 10/2010; and published in The American Journal of Dance Therapy 10/2011. She recently performed a solo dance piece—Dancing the Dunes—linking languages of nature with languages of art, exemplifying her work of tracing the evolution of human intelligence back to our primal relationship with Nature, a relationship that was instrumental in the development of language and art. With these understandings she seeks to renew human engagement with the primary creative intelligences of movement, sound, feeling, imagination and ecological conscious and their natural, organic, empowering and integrative capacities.

Kristin Clotfelter (Teaching and Performing Artist) is interested in developing improvisational models that lead to live performance. Her focus centers on enabling generative performers rather than interpreters and she hopes to present work that translates individually through shared themes.  Kristin lives in Brooklyn but grew up dancing in Ohio.  She currently works with Susan Marshall & Company and Mark DeChiazza, for whom she recently acted as Assistant Director on the Princeton One-Act Opera Project; an evening of three new operas by composers Anthony Davis, Barbara White and James Chu. Projects on the horizon include choreography in collaboration with DeChiazza and composer Steven Mackey on a multi-screen video installation for SOLI Chamber Ensemble in San Antonio.  Kristin also freelances with johannes wieland, The Metropolitan Opera, and Yaa Samar! Dance Theatre.  She has performed as a guest artist with eighth blackbird, The Santa Fe Opera, Sara Shelton Mann, Janice Lancaster Larsen, and the Staatstheater Kassel in Germany. Kristin is a graduate of the Ailey/Fordham BFA program in New York City and teaches yoga.

“contact Gonzo” (Visual Art Exhibition) is a dance method developed and named by dancers Masaru Kakio and Yuya Tsukahara in 2006. Using their methodology, they attempt to decipher how the world works through a variety of momentary incidents triggered by the simple and physical phenomenon of the contact which occurs between performers. As well as stage performances, their use of YouTube to immediately showcase their work, is widely known. Currently based in Osaka, Keigo Mikajiri, Masakazu Kobayashi, Takuya Matsumi, Yu Kanai, Yuya Tsukahara also work internationally.

Sophia Emigh (Performing Artist) is a Vermont-born, Portland-based dance artist and camerawoman. She plays in the interconnected realms of dance, film, photography, yoga, and community work: diverse paths which approach the same mountain of focused inquiry into one’s innate wisdom, interconnected nature, and stillness within. Raised on the performance aesthetic and community-fostering ideals of Bread and Puppet Theater, trained by the Alvin Ailey Company in New York, and blessed by collaborations with Ulysse and Dancers, Dreamtime Circus and brilliant artists along the West Coast and Peru, she now dances and choreographs with her co-founded Butoh/Modern dance fusion company Qaos, and teaches wherever she goes. As Mark Strand so beautifully puts it in one of her favorite poems, Sophia “moves to keep things whole.”

Jeremy Finch (Teaching and Performing Artist) is a dancer, writer and comic book artist. He attended Wesleyan University where he studied Philosophy and East Asian Studies. He graduated n 2009 and moved to NYC where he has since performed with a number of different modern dance companies and choreographed/produced his own work. Jeremy has worked with choreographers such as Arthur Aviles, Risa Jaroslow, Benjamin Ford Asriel, Brandin Steffensen and many others. His own choreography, with longtime collaborator Stephanie Fungsang, has been performed in NYC at Dance New Amsterdam, The Bushwick Starr, Triskelion Arts, The Invisible Dog Gallery and The Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance, among others. In September 2011, Jeremy received a space grant to create and produce an indisciplinary performance project (“Sketchbook”) at Dixon Place Theater. The piece featured dance, original music and hand-drawn stop-action animation. He is one of the founding members of the Collective for Dance Writing and New Media, a professional network and advocacy group for arts / dance writers. In his other time, he does occasional graphic design work and has published two original comic books (currently working on a third).

Meghan Moya Finn (Teaching and Performing Artist) is a hoop dance teacher and performer, and Wellfleet’s own Hula Hoop Girl. She has studied many styles of dance and movement arts, and has been to Mexico and Brazil teaching and participating in circus arts workshops for children and adults. She is co-founder of flo hoops, a Cape Cod based hoop factory and dance troop. Moya also teaches yoga and is interested in all activities that cultivate and explore body awareness.

Stephanie Fungsang (Teaching and Performing Artist) began studying movement improvisation and performance in Shaker Heights, Ohio, and received a B.A. in Dance and East Asian Studies from Wesleyan University.  Her choreography, often in collaboration with partner Jeremy Finch, has been shared in venues across the NYC boroughs, and CT.  She has worked with Pilobolus Creative Services, Agua Dulce Dance Theater, Risa Jaroslow, Kristi Spessard, and Alison Chase Performance, among others, enjoying both stage and site-specific work.  Stephanie is a 500-hour certified instructor through Ishta Yoga with a certificate in restorative yoga; she enjoys teaching students of all ages.  She loves all kind of movement, from martial arts to climbing to deep relaxation. She also loves dark chocolate, and can often be found in a patch of sunshine.  So much gratitude for all life has brought and the loving people surrounding me, and much excitement for what else may come.

Sara Genoves-Sylvan (Teaching and Performing Artist), a native New Yorker,  is a dancer and writer interested in the creative process and improvisation. She graduated from the Ailey/Fordham BFA-Dance program cum laude, and has since worked and performed with Alex Ketley’s The Foundry, Helen Pickett’s Orange Coat Gallery Project, Yaa Samar! Dance Theater, and the lara wilson dance project. Sara is a certified yoga instructor currently teaching in Brooklyn, and also enjoys collaborating with Fana Fraser on movement projects.

Michael Hart (Visual Art Exhibition) was born in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1981, moved to Ft. Worth Texas in 1987 and currently resides between NYC, Barcelona and Rio De Janeiro. Michael is the Production Manager for Choreographer Trajal Harrell’s 20 Looks or Paris Is Burning At The Judson Church (s) and Show Pony and has been collaborating and producing with Choreographer and Media Artist Jonah Bokaer for the last ten years. Selected photos of Mr. Bokaer as well as visual artist and dancer Tony Orrico can be found in the collection of The National Academy of     Sciences, Washington, DC. Michael is currently working on his first book of photography with performer and playwright Ryan Tracy. (photo by Marine Penvern)

Emma Hoette (Performing Artist) took her first class dance in a small beach town in Australia. Since then she has danced in many places from Amsterdam to NYC. She has performed with the Dutch National Opera and Imprint dance Co. but it was her role with the Next Stage Project that first brought her to NYC where she still lives and creates today. After studying at the Alvin Ailey School, DNA and Lang College Emma was certain of the importance of combining dance and design which led her to the Integrated Design Program at Parsons the New School for Design.  Emma has articulated her fashion/fine arts talents under the inspiring guidance of Pascale Gatzen, Gabi Asfour, Susan Ciancolo, Sarah Stolwijk and Sabine Seymour. Simultaneously she has been honored to work with and perform for renowned Forsythe dancers Jill Johnson and Mario Zambrano, as well as renowned artists Keely Garfield, Rebecca Stenn and Alexandra Beller. For Ishmael Houston Jones and Eric Jackson Bradley she not only performed but also designed costumes. Emma has also created costumes for Yaa Samar Dance Theater and Ashleigh Leite.

Stacey Kirk (Hospitality Coordinator) is a lover of food and culture and has spent many an hour with flour in her hair and delectables in the oven. A transplant from Chicago (most recently) she earned a Certificate in Baking and Pastry from the Art Institute of Illinois at Chicago while also studying under 2012 James Beard Award Winner Mindy Segel. Also a mover and a shaker, she is pleased as punched to be providing the artists with sustenance as we put our bodies in motion.

Hannah Krafcik (Marketing Coordinator) studied English and American literature and Dance at the University of South Florida. She went on to receive her Master of Arts in Performance Studies from New York University, where she focused her research on dance theory, spectatorship, and photography. Hannah has worked with various artists, arts groups, and entrepreneurs including JenEd Productions, skybetter & associates, and Chief Amusement Designer, specializing in communications, research, and writing. Hannah works as Marketing and Development Associate at Fourth Arts Block, where she focuses on all aspects of communication for programmatic efforts and artist services. Her curiosities lie with the cultural potency of dance performance and the present role of dance writing.

Abigail Levine (Performing Artist) is a dance and performance artist from New York. Her dances explore possibilities for new interactions between human bodies and urban environments. They have been shown in the US, Cuba, Venezuela, Mexico, Brazil and Taiwan, recently at venues including the Movement Research Festival, The Not Festival, Center for Performance Research, Foro Performática, Art in Odd Places, and Movement Research at the Judson Church. Abigail has performed most recently with Marina Abramovic at the New York MoMA, Carolee Schneemann, and choreographers Marianela Boán, Rebecca Davis, and Larissa Velez. She holds a degree in English from Wesleyan University and a Masters in Performance Studies and Dance from NYU. More information:

Marie Lorenz (Visual Art Exhibition) received a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design in 1995 and an MFA from Yale University in 2002. Lorenz has shown nationally and internationally with solo exhibitions at Jack Hanley Gallery in New York, Artpace in Texas, Locust Projects in Miami, Ikon Gallery in England, and at the Kunstlerhaus in Bremen, Germany. Lorenz was a recipient of the 2008 Joseph H. Hazen Rome Prize for a residency at the American Academy in Rome. In 2009, she was appointed Assistant Professor at the Yale School of Art.  Since 2002, Marie has been exploring the waterways of New York City in boats that she designs and builds. Recently, Marie began collecting objects that she finds around the harbor, and making record of them in different ways, by printing, casting, or making videos.

Kathryn MacLellan (Teaching and Performing Artist) first danced on the beaches of Cape Cod and at the Academy of Performing Arts in Orleans, MA, then toured with Configuration under the direction of Catherine Batchellar and Joseph Cipolla.  Upon receiving scholarship to The Ailey School/Fordham University, she moved to NYC, and performed works by Alvin Ailey, Hans Van Manen, and Dwight Rhoden, was coached by Yuriko, and graduated with honors and a B.F.A in Dance. With Graham II, she portrayed lead roles in Martha Graham’s “Appalachian Spring,” “Chronicle,” and “Heretic,” the iconographic solo “Lamentation” and Ruth St. Denis’ “The Incense.”   She has created and revived feature roles for Kazuko Hirabayashi Dance Theater and the Martha Graham Dance Company NY season. Other credits include Buglisi Dance Theatre, legend Pearl Lang’s memorial, and most recently Richard Move’s Martha@ The 1963 Interview, voted “Best of 2011” in ARTFORUM International and Time Out NY, and Courtney Giannone’s films “HOME” and “GET HER WINGS.” As a certified teacher in the Graham technique, she teaches at the Martha Graham Center, The Ailey School, The Hartt School at Hartford University, Ahkmedova Ballet Summer Intensive and Configuration Dance Studio. Kathryn is also a certified Gyrotonic® instructor.

Amanda Miller (Performing Artist), Artistic Director of Miller Rothlein, was a Co-Founder/Director of Phrenic New Ballet and a dancer with the Pennsylvania Ballet from 1993 through 2002. Her choreographic works have been performed nationally and internationally in venues ranging from the Royal Opera House in London, England, to Danspace at St. Mark’s Church in New York City, with commissions by The Philadelphia Museum of Art, PRISM Saxophone Quartet, and the Opera Company of Philadelphia.  Ms. Miller is a 2009 Independence Foundation Fellow in the Arts, a finalist for the 2007 Pew Fellowship in Choreography, a recipient of the Leeway Foundation’s Window of Opportunity grant in 2003, and has been awarded the Dance Advance grant for choreography, a program of the Pew Charitable Trusts, in 2004, 2005, and 2010. From 2004-2006 Miller was a resident of the Choreographer’s Project at Susan Hess Modern Dance. She is currently a member of the International Dance Council (CID)-UNESCO and has served on the Board of Governors for the American Guild of Musical Artists. Photo: Bill Hebert.

Genie Morrow (Teaching Artist) was introduced to yoga at the age of 12 by her ballet teacher. Her love of children and music led her to become a Children’s Yoga Instructor. She has worked as a Kids Yoga Teacher at Quiet Mind Studio, Next Generation Yoga , Exhale Spa Nyc,  Devotion Yoga, as well as public, private and inner-city schools in NYC and on Cape Cod. Genie’s goal as a teacher is for every child to develop courage, confidence, compassion, inner-peace, happiness, a solid sense of self, bringing out each child’s highest potential as they advance and grow in the world. Genie is also a musician and singer/songwriter for the band Sputnik.

Kerry O’ Grady (Visual Art Exhibition) was attracted to abstract thinking from an early age, she was very interested in math, astronomy, staring very far into space, contemplating deep ideas . . . she also drew from a very early age, and remembers “rearranging” toys and items around a brown-carpeted room to balance the colors better. Kerry now calls this her first installation art. Dance, gymnastics, and movement in general always interested her, and recess was basically a chance to learn Irish step dancing or ballet from friends, or to make up dances. Through high school, Kerry seriously pursued watercolor, figure drawing, math, physics, and dance.  In college, when faced with the decision to pursue art or math, she chose art, because art is a way to study everything. Kerry continues to cross-train as a visual artist by pursuing dance, sound art, and assorted philosophies.

Tony Orrico (Visual Art Exhibition) is a visual artist, performer, and choreographer. His Penwald Drawings have been presented and exhibited internationally, attracting attention from prominent collectors and institutions. As a former member of Trisha Brown Dance Company and Shen Wei Dance Arts, Orrico has graced such stages as the Sydney Opera House, Teatro La Fenice, New York State Theater, and Théâtre du Palais-Royal. He was also one of a select group of artists to re-perform the work of Marina Abramovic during her retrospective at MoMA.

Argyrios Petsas (DJ) aka Fuzzy Fotch was born in Worcester, MA. Most of his childhood was spent traveling to Wellfleet, listening to Dub Reggae, playing in Punk bands and creating electronic music. As he grew up, he began DJing house parties in Boston and now produces and DJs Tropical Bass music all over the Boston area with his brother under the name Snake Soundsystem. Currently, he has several residencies in Boston and runs SubTropix at the Milky Way in Jamaica Plain, MA. In 2012, Fuzzy Fotch was signed with Bad Shoes Records out of San Francisco and is expected to have a release out late summer.

robbinschilds (Film Screening) have presented choreographed and video works since 2003 that explore the relationship between architecture and human movement in venues including The Kitchen, P.S. 122, Marfa Ballroom, and Autumn Skatebowl. Most recently, robbinschilds was commissioned to create original choreography for musicians David Byrne and Brian Eno for their upcoming world concert tour and will premiere a new evening-length work at The Kitchen in May 2009.

A.L. Steiner utilizes constructions of photography, video, installation, collage, collaboration, performance, writing and curatorial work as seductive tropes channeled through the sensibility of a skeptical queer ecofeminist androgyne. She’s a collective member of Chicks on Speed, co-curator of Ridykeulous, co-founder/organizer of Working Artists and the Greater Economy (W.A.G.E.) and collaborates with numerous visual and performing artists. Steiner’s interventions and affects on happenstance are regularly featured internationally.

image: A.L. Steiner + robbinschilds

Zoe Rabinowitz (Teaching and Performing Artist) is a freelance dancer, instructor and arts administrator based in New York City. Originally from Vermont, Zoe earned her BFA in Dance from the Ailey/Fordham BFA program and has since performed with companies such as INSPIRIT, JoAnna Mendl Shaw/ Equus Projects, Kristina Isabelle Dance Company, MBDance, Nia Love/ Blacksmith’s Daughter, Urban Bush Women, and is a founding member and Associate Director of Yaa Samar! Dance Theatre. As a dancer, Zoe is deeply interested in the use of dance as a tool for social and political change, and as a teacher hopes to provide students with the tools for creative self-expression and empowerment through movement and body awareness.

SALTS (Film Screening) are German choreographer Heike Salzer and Icelandic visual artist Ingi Jensson. Since 2007 they collaborate in merging their art forms to produce work that links visual storytelling with dance and media. After having spent years in Iceland, and The Netherlands they currently reside in the UK, where besides their performative collaborations, Heike leads the BA (Hons) Dance at Teesside University and Ingi works in genres such as cartoons, illustration and storyboarding. Their work has been presented in various European and Nordic countries, as well as in New York at the Moviehouse Brooklyn. They enjoy travelling, finding new sites and inspiration through the experience of space and cultures, which links nicely with their work for other art programs in Europe, such as The University of Malta or Fonty’s Dance Academy in The Netherlands.

Bill Shannon (Performing Artist + Visual Art Exhibition) was born in Nashville, Tennessee in 1970.  In 1992 Shannon attended the The Art Institute of Chicago, earning a BFA in 1995.  In 1996 Shannon moved to NYC and immersed himself in the art, dance and skate cultures of Brooklyn and Manhattan while expanding his performance work to multimedia video installations, group choreography and the theater arts. Over the past two decades Shannon’s installations, performances, choreography and video work have been presented nationally and internationally at numerous venues, festivals and events including, Sydney Opera House, Tate Liverpool Museum, NYC Town Hall, Portland Institute of Contemporary Art, The Holland Festival, Amsterdam, Temple Bar Dublin, Kiasma Museum Finland, Hirshhorn Museum and many more.Shannon has been honored with a Newhouse Foundation Award a John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship and a Foundation for Contemporary Art Award among others.  Shannon continues the evolution of his technique of dance on crutches via spontaneous street skating sessions through the city to local spots with smooth tip surfaces.

Brandin Steffensen (Teaching and Performing Artist) is a dance artist based in Brooklyn since 2008.  Before making New York his home he danced for the Ririe Woodbury Dance Company and received a BFA in Modern Dance from the University of Utah.  His interests in game theory and complexity have informed his latest choreographic ventures.  His work with Deborah Hay and his performances of her News since 2006 have greatly informed his process as does his work with Nancy Stark Smith.  His pentamodes have been presented at Dance Theater Workshop, The Tank, The New Museum, La Mama and Rooftop Dances.   He currently dances for Liz Gerring Dance Company and with the lovely Keely Garfield.

David Szlasa (Film Screening) is an artist and designer who specializes in projects utilizing video and projection technology in relation to live performance. Collaborators include Marc Bamuthi Joseph, Joanna Haigood, Rennie Harris, Hope Mohr, Deb Margolin, Bill Shannon, Michael John Garcés, Sarah Wilson and Sara Shelton Mann. His work has been exhibited in theaters and galleries worldwide including Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, the de Young Museum, the Walker Arts Center, Chicago MCA, Sydney Opera House, Oakland Art Gallery, Harare International Festival of the Arts, Brooklyn Academy of Music and TSeKh Moscow.

Chris Tabron (DJ, Production Engineer, Documentation) is a record producer, mixer, and engineer based in Los Angeles and New York City. He regularly acts as music supervisor and musical director, most recently for top-ten Billboard hip-hop duo Chiddy Bang on their release tour for their debut album, Breakfast, and for runway shows during New York’s Fashion week. In this capacity, he has DJ’ed or written original compositions for designers Marc Jacobs, Phillip Lim, Forever 21, Erin Fetherston, and Juan Carlos Obando.

Georgia Wall (Visual Art Exhibition) is a video and performance artist currently living and working in Chicago. She was born and raised in New York City, received her MFA The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2011 and her BA in 2008 from Oberlin College in Ohio. She works as a teaching artist in public schools throughout thecity were she engages with students K-12th. Within her practice Wall uses her body, language and exchange with others to examine the construction of perception, the process of translation and effects of absence. Wall has shown work nationally in New York City, Chicago, San Francisco, and abroad in Italy, Turkey and Canada.

Anne Zuerner (Performing Artist) is a dancer, choreographer and teaching artist from Rhode Island, currently living in Bushwick, Brooklyn. She studied dance at Newport Academy of Ballet, Andover, Barnard College and the University of Michigan. She has been presenting her work in New York City since 2002, with a two-year hiatus in Boston (2003-2005). Her work has been presented by venues such as Movement Research at the Judson Church, RAW Material at Dance New Amsterdam, Triskelion Arts, and Food for Thought at Danspace Project. She has self-produced at venues such as Center for Performance Research and the Bushwick Starr. Yearly, she gathers various dance artists to create site-specific work for the roof of her building, 345 Eldert St. Zuerner’s work has received funding from the Brooklyn Arts Council and a fellowship from Summer Stages Dance. Currently Anne is a creating new piece commissioned by Danspace Project in New York City. Teaching is a huge part of her life and she shares her thoughts, ideas and experience with students ages 2-18 as a teaching artist for Lincoln Center Institute, the New Victory Theater and Cynthia King Dance Studio.

Rishauna Zumberg (Performing Artist) lives, works, and dances in New York City. By day she works as a social worker coordinating a relationship violence prevention program within an East Harlem high school and by night (‘s and weekends) she practices yoga and participates in dance-based performance projects. Some collaborations include the 4 years of summer shows on an Eldert St Bushwick rooftop with Anne Zuerner and Deborah Karp, Sternberg Park video dance project with Zena Bibler, and improvisation/performance work with Accidental Movement/Mariangela Lopez. Years ago she spent a week or so at Bearnstow in Maine making dances all over the woods and in the water in a workshop led by Sara Pearson and Patrik Widrig. This opportunity with Fleet Moves feels like a happy return to dances in the wild and she is excited to see what adventures are in store!