Imogen is a choreographer, director and movement director. She works throughout the UK and Europe and is based in London.
Imogen works across multiple disciplines; theatre, film, classical and electronic music, tv, performance and visual art, photography, and opera.
She runs workshops and movement sessions for institutions, community groups and individuals across the UK. Imogen is interested in working with groups and individuals to create a space for full physical expression and individual discovery.
Imogen offers intimacy direction and co-ordination for television & film, a practice adopted by many leading production houses including Netflix, Warner Bros, HBO and the BBC.
Imogen is skilled at holding a safe, respectful and collaborative space to facilitate the process of shooting intimate scenes.
Her extensive background in movement choreography, combined with a knowledge and experience of somatic work and psychotherapy mean she's skilled in navigating the emotional and physical demands of intimate scenes. Imogen works both creatively and practically offering:
Consultancy on best practice for intimate / scenes with sexual content for directors, first ADs, producers and crew at any stage of pre-production.
Co-ordination of intimate / sex scenes in rehearsal - collaborating with the director and/or if required working solely with the actors before shooting.
On set, on the day choreography or direction of intimate scenes.
In the past three years she has directed work with orchestras and musicians from the London Sinfonietta, Southbank Sinfonia and Royal College of Music and Royal Northern College of Music that explores alternative and heightened ways of experiencing classical and electronic music.
Imogen is mentor for the visual artist Heather Agyepong, for her development of But We Are Still Here, 2018 and The Body Remembers, 2019 co-produced by Fuel Theatre
Imogen was awarded the Choreography for Children 2012 commission by Sadler’s Wells, Company of Angels and The Place.
OMG! premiered at The Place 6th February and Sadler's Wells 9th February 2013.
For more information please contact Davina Shah
0207 407 9201
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