Paul Kasey - Movement Director & choreographer

 

Paul Kasey is an accomplished movement director, choreographer and creature performer. Currently working on an International blockbuster, set for release in the Autumn of 2015. 

His career spans for more than two decades of which started in London`s west end with hit shows such as “Grease” at the Dominion theatre and “Fosse”. As a performer, Paul has had an excellent career performing in different genres of work including: Commercial, corporate, fashion and events all over the UK, Europe, and Middle East before setting his sights on the film and television world.

 

Now Paul is one of the UK`s most established creature performers with well over fifty appearances under his belt, such as the famous “Cyber man” in Dr Who.“Being Human”, “Torchwood”, “The Sarah Jane Adventures” and the ever so smooth “Foxy” in the “Foxy Bingo” commercials.Film work includes blockbusters “28 Days later”, “Blade 2”,“Pride and Prejudice”, “Inkheart”, “Finding Neverland”, “Room 1408” and the sequel “28 Weeks Later” where Paul was asked to be the movement coordinator. It was no surprise that Paul was invited onto the creative team for the 2012 Olympics, where he played his part as an assistant choreographer in the opening ceremony. 2014 has to be one of Paul`s most exciting year`s to date with his new role as creative movement coordinator/choreographer on a movie due to start filming this May and with a worldwide cinema release in 2015. Please go to www.paulkasey.co.uk to see Paul`s show reels, pictures and his full credit list.

Gareth Walker - Show Director

 

Show director & choreographer Gareth Walker has made his mark on the world of dance. Notably working with LONDON 2012 on the closing ceremony for the Olympics and Paralympics where he was the Associate Director. He Was Also The Creative Director and Choreographer For the sell out Steps tour.Associate Choreographer For "Take That" On "The Ultimate Tour""Beautiful World Tour" and "Circus Tour!

 

Having had a successful career in the West End-Saturday Night Fever and as a commercial Dancer performing for Pink, Take That, Emma Bunton and Will Young. He performed at some of the countries most prestigious events such as Royal Variety Show, and appeared on TV programmes SMTV, CD:UK, Stars In Their Eyes & Top Of the Pops.

 

He turned his sights to Directing and choreographing: credits as A choreographer include pieces for:NTA'S 2014 , Brit Awards,“So You Think You Can Dance” (BBC1), “Don’t Stop Believing” (Channel 5), “The Royal Variety Show” (BBC1), Take That’s Brit Award performance 2011, “Sing If You Can”(ITV) and many more.Producing Trade and Hair Shows for Loreal, Davines, Toyota, GHD, Trevor Sorbie, Toni and Guy, and working with Fashion Designers on Catwalk shows!

 

He show Directed Mika’s stadium tour and in 2009 he directed and choreographed the sell out “Here Come The Girls starring Lulu, Anastacia and Chaka Khan. Other Here Come The Girls tours followed featuring the above artists as well as Gloria Gaynor and Heather Small.Gareth is also a Presenter, having had success with Four Ministry of Sounds Fitness DVD’s that all hit the top of the charts proving his presence in front of the camera had the same impact as behind it!  His unique style and Innovative Creative Direction on and off camera keeps clients coming back time and time again. 

Christie Saunders - Choreographer

 

Christie grew up in Vancouver, Canada where she trained in ballet, jazz, tap, contemporary, lyrical, musical theatre, street dance and hip-hop. Throughout her years as a professional dancer and choreographer Christie has worked for organizations in Canada, the United States,  the UK, and all over Europe. Some of her credits include: Moulin Rouge in Paris, Mamma Mia the Movie, and Brit Awards.

Some of Christie's choreography credits include: Eurovision, Moulin Rouge Christmas Show, and Life as we know it. She was also recently a celebrity dance coach on Let's Dance for Comic Relief.  Christie is currently the choreographer for Cobella Salons and Selective Italia, as well as the Associate Choreographer on the Thursford Christmas Spectacular.

Cody Choi - Choreographer

 

Cody graduated in Modern Dance in 2000 from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, where he received Jackie Chan Scholarship twice. He then received full scholarship from Laban Centre to join the Transitions Dance Company in London. He has extensive international performing experience, which includes 3 world tour seasons with Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake, De Vlaamse Opera, English National Opera, Royal National Theatre, American Dance Festival and Dance City.

 

Cody's professional choreographic experience started in 2002 in the UK. Over the years, his choreographies have been funded by the Arts Council England, commissioned by the Royal Opera House and toured around Europe and across England with the Springs Dance Company. The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, HK Dance Alliance , HK Youth Arts Foundation. Asia Young Choreographers Project . Tsoying High School – Taiwan, Tainan National theatre.

 

 

Livio Salvi- Recommended Headshot photographer

"Time to introduce myself! My name's Livio, originally from Bergamo, northern Italy, and now living in London.

I started taking pictures when I was a teenager, whenever I could borrow my father's Yashica film camera- pre digital era! I have always been fascinated by photos: the stories they tell, the mysteries they might conceal, the atmosphere they evoke and the emotions they are able to hold.

As a photographer I love the opportunity to frame an instant with a click and steal it, even if only illusionary, from the quick passing of time and to let it live, over and over again, each time someone lays their eyes on it.

I love all styles of photography: street, lifestyle, landscape, conceptual, you name it, but I am particularly passionate about portrait photography (whether it's a headshot, a lifestyle or beauty portfolio  or a dance, fitness shoot),  Having also worked as a performer and choreographer myself  I am naturally drawn to taking pictures of actors, dancers, and all types of performers - we’re all performers in one way or another.

Just flick through the galleries and if you think I am the right photographer for your needs, or you wish to collaborate on a project, or simply wish to make an enquiry about me and my work, drop me a line on Contact or click Book Online."

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You can book a session with Livio here:https://www.liviosalviphotography.com/

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