Amy Voris is a dance-artist based in Hampshire, UK. Her current practice is inspired by Authentic Movement and by collaboration with other artists. She works regularly with composer James Buchanan, photographer Christian Kipp, lighting designer Cath Cullinane and has ongoing creative relationships with dance artists Meghan Flanigan (USA / Colombia), Regula Voegelin (Switzerland), Caroline Salem (London), Natalie Garrett and Satya Dunning. She was a founding member of Rose’s Thoughts Dance Company with choreographer Ruth Segalis and performer Natasha Gilmore (London 1996 – 2003).
For her choreographic work, she has received support from Chisenhale Dance Space, Falling Wide, Dance Northwest (Exploratorium) and The Arts Council, as well as numerous small research grants from Coventry University. In 2006 / 7, she was an invited artist at Danza Commun in Bogota, Colombia and at Progr’ in Bern, Switzerland. She has taught in higher education for over a decade, delivering a range of dance subjects at Laban, London Contemporary Dance School, Birkbeck College and Coventry University and has recently completed training in Integrative Bodywork and Movement Therapy with Linda Hart. She is on the editorial board of the Journal of Dance and Somatic Practices and has recently begun a practice-led PhD at the University of Chichester.