I am a freelance choreographer from London working in ballet, contemporary dance, theatre, film and opera.
I have made work for Northern Ballet, Birmingham Royal Ballet, Stuttgart Ballet, Scottish Ballet, English National Ballet, Ballet Central, The Print Room, Images of Dance, Northern Ballet Choreographic Lab 2016, Royal Ballet Participation, BBC Young Dancer of the Year 2017 and Wilton's Music Hall.
I was choreographer in residence at Ballet Ireland from 2009- 2015, creating over five full length ballets including; 'Cinderella', 'Romeo and Juliet', 'Carmen' and 'Coppelia'.
In partnership with Jessica Wright, I direct and choreograph dance films. Our credits include The Try Out for RANDOM ACTS Channel 4, The Last Resort (English National Ballet & TATE Liverpool) and Curing Albrecht (English National Ballet & Manchester International Festival, available on BBC iPlayer) Curing Albrecht won Best Film 2018 at NRDFF and Best Director at Portland Dance Film Festival. See FILM for more info.
I have worked as a movement director and choreographer in opera and THEATRE, working with directors including Sam Brown (Barber of Seville WNO), Jeff James (Persuasion, Royal Exchange) and assisting choreographer Annie B Parsons on Enda Walsh and David Bowie's musical Lazarus, directed by Ivo Van Hove.
As a dancer, I performed for Ballet Ireland, English National Ballet, Rosie Kay Dance Company and the Curve Foundation. I trained at Central School of Ballet and London Contemporary Dance School and was a recipient of Dance East Rural Retreat Award for Future Dance Leaders 16/17.
'Coppelia' choreographed and directed by Morgann Runacre-Temple and Jessica Wright Jess and Morgs has been nominated for Best Classical Choreography at the 2023 Critic's Circle National Dance Awards.
Mika Karlsson has been nominated for Outstanding Creative Contribution at 2023 Critic's Circle National Dance Awards for his original score for 'Hotel' for my ballet of the same name for Birmingham Royal Ballet
I have created a new work for Ballet Central's 2023 tour 'The Queue' with original score by Philip Feeney