Gwynneth was born in Canberra, Australia and started dancing at the age of 6. She undertook full-time dance study from 2015 at Dance Development Centre in ballet, contemporary, and jazz, completing the Australian Teachers of Dance Certificate IV in 2019. Gwynneth continued her studies at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in Brisbane, graduating with a Distinction in Bachelor of Fine Arts – Dance Performance in 2022, receiving Dean’s Commendations in 2020 and 2022.
While at QUT Gwynneth focused on ballet and contemporary and extended her practice into choreography, dramaturgy and technology. She has a particular interest in working within complex multidisciplinary environments alongside other creative practitioners, such as musicians, visual artists and digital creators. This focus was highlighted in the collaborative, audience interactive works ‘Observe’, performed at the Queensland Museum, and ‘Cosmos: The Oasis’ in her final year. During her dance training Gwynneth has had the pleasure of working with a range of innovative choreographers including, Australian Indigenous choreographer, Daniel Riley, Csaba Buday, Stephanie Hutchison and Elizabeth Old. Gwynneth’s passion for dance lies in performing and the dynamic exploration of choreographic ideas within the creative process.
Outside of dance Gwynneth enjoys pilates, yoga, and baking with her family and friends.
Photo credit: Josh Hawkins
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