Becky Edmunds

Becky trained as a dancer and choreographer at Laban Centre, London. From 1988 she devised and performed live work before moving to a video practice in 2000.

She works as a specialist dance videographer and has collaborated with many dance artists and organisations to create screen dance and documentation, including Walker Dance Park Music, Ricochet Dance Productions, Gill Clarke, Fiona Wright, Girl Jonah, Gravity and Levity, Charlie Morrissey and Scott Smith, South East Dance, Dance South West, Independent Dance and Springdance (NL).

Her documentary Have You Started Dancing Yet? (2004) toured national and international screen dance festivals. In 2008, she completed Living Architecture – a 40 minute documentary on dance artist Rudolf Laban.

Becky also has a research-led screen dance art practice. In 2006, she was supported by an Arts Council International Fellowship to be artist-in-residence at the VideoDanza Festival de Buenos Aires (Argentina), creating during her time there, a series of dance shorts which have toured throughout 2007 and 08.

Becky is a member of Movement 12 – a group of independent dance artists who curate an international programme of artist-led professional development opportunities for dance artists.