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Dancing Camera


Dancing Camera is a video production company that uses movement and visual storytelling to galvanize organizations and creatives to express bold visions through art, education, activism, community-building, and beyond. The company is composed of multi-talented artists with partially overlapping areas of expertise to create a combustion chamber of insight.

Based in New York City, Dancing Camera has been working closely with artists and organizations since 2005, with an emphasis on long-term collaborations: Merce Cunningham Dance Company, Kyle Abraham, National Dance Institute, The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts/Jerome Robbins Foundation, Work & Process at the Guggenheim, The Yard, Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, Calpulli Mexican Dance Company, Princeton University, DanceNOW, Orchestra of St Luke’s, among scores of others. The company has won awards and have had works in international festivals, but their attention is consumed by realizing stories and visual metaphors for their collaborative artistic partners.

Recent work includes: a four-part television series by All Arts with Works & Process at the Guggenheim highlighting COVID-19 pandemic bubble residencies for artists creating in the most trying times; four bespoke dance films at Lincoln Center created on-campus during the shutdown; a meditative stroll through the vacant and verdant Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s stunning collection in spring and summer bloom from a first person point of view; and Conrad Tao and Caleb Teicher’s boutique duet concert for the Library of Congress.