Emma carried out her dance and performance training at Plymouth University, graduating in 2011. She then worked as a lead practitioner for Exim Dance Company from 2012 where she developed and refined her practice in inclusive dance and working with young people.
She has performed nationally and internationally in work by Adam Benjamin for Exim Dance Company and has recently taught dance full time for both Primary and Secondary aged children at Plymouth School of Creative Arts. She has a wealth of experience in areas such as working with young people with autism, physical and learning disabilities, vulnerable children and adults and teaching dance in the community sector.
Emma is also Lead Practitioner for Barbican Thetare’s Dance Junction training company (ages 12 – 16)
“I feel very excited and privileged to be a part of the FUSE team this year! Following participating as a performer in the production of last year’s project, I can’t wait to start working on ideas and outcomes with the incredibly diverse community we have here in the city!”