Tim Bendernagal (dance artist)
Originally from Brooklyn, Tim Bendernagel continues to live and work in New York City as a performer, model and landscape gardener. In 2017, Tim graduated from The Ohio State University with a BFA in Dance. In the past year, Tim has danced for artists including John Jasperse Projects, Beth Gill, Gwendolyn Knapp, Chloe London Dance, and Ann Sofie Clemmensen. His most recent modeling projects include Club Monaco's 2021 Pride Campaign, as well as both Rachel Comey and A--Company's SS22 runway presentations. Tim has also spent the last year working for Field Form, a landscape design company based out of Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn.
Megan Davis Bushway (videographer, editor)
Bushway is a dance and movement educator based in Columbus, OH. She is on faculty at Ohio Wesleyan, BalletMet Academy, and Momentum, an organization whose mission is to transform children’s lives through dance, music, and performance. She is a certified Balanced Body Pilates instructor and offers Pilates Mat and Reformer classes in Columbus.
Megan currently dances with Sea↔Bus, an improvisation-based company. Her choreography has been presented at Ohio Wesleyan, The Ohio State University, Ten Tiny Dances, and The Wexner Center for the Arts with CDA Works series. Megan also specializes in dance film and documentation. She has been commissioned by artists to document work and serves as the videographer and editor for OhioDance and the Virtual Dance Collection. Megan received an MFA in Dance from The Ohio State University and a BA in Art Therapy and Dance from Springfield College.
Jordan Demetrius Lloyd (dance artist)
Lloyd is a dance artist based in Brooklyn, NY. He graduated from The College at Brockport and grew up in Albany, NY. He has collaborated with and performed for Karl Rogers, Beth Gill, Netta Yerushalmy, David Dorfman Dance, Monica Bill Barnes, Tammy Carrasco, Catherine Galasso and Ambika Raina. His teaching practice has brought him to Rutgers University, The American Dance Festival, and Mark Morris Dance Center. His work has been produced by: New York Live Arts, BRIC, ISSUE Project Room, Danspace Project's Draftwork Series,BAAD!, Movement Research at Judson Memorial Church and The Center for Performance Research. Most recently, he received the 2021-23 Jerome Hill Artist Fellowship. For more head to jordandlloyd.com
Chloe London (dance artist)
London is a dance choreographer, improviser, and performer from New York City. As a freelance performer, London has danced for Stefanie Nelson, Martha Tornay, Tammy Sugden-Carrasco, John Zullo, Elizabeth Furman, Lexie Thrash, Madeline Kurtz, and Justin Bass. She has also performed in multiple Merce Cunningham works for The Cunningham Trust. London holds a Dance BFA and an Honors College Degree from SUNY Brockport. She was a 2019-2020 Triskelion Presents Artist and a 2020 Guest Artist at Lindenwood University. London has also been a Mentor for the Young Dancers Workshop at Bates Dance Festival for the past three years. Currently, she is pursuing her MFA in Performance and Choreography at Smith College.
Stevie Oakes (dance artist)
Stevie Oakes became enamored with dance at her first ballet performance while living in Amsterdam. Her serious study of classical ballet began soon after under the tutelage of Sandra Balestracci. After earning a degree in Chemistry and Kinesiology from the College of William & Mary with Phi Beta Kappa honors, Oakes received her MFA in Dance from NYU/Tisch School of the Arts. Living in New York City, she performed works by a diverse collection of artists including Tere O'Connor, Gus Solomons, jr, Gina Gibney, and Gerald Casel. She continues to enjoy an active performance career, filling the stage with choreography by Kendra Portier, Roseanne Spradlin, Tammy Carrasco, and Heather Roffe, among other artists.
Rooted in her experience as a team member at the Harkness Center for Dance Injuries - part of NYU's Hospital for Joint Diseases - Oakes combines her passions for dance and science as both educator and researcher. In 2018, she received the Dance Educator Award from the International Association of Dance Medicine & Science for her continued dedication to the innovation of dance teaching to support dancer health and wellness. Oakes proudly serves as an Associate Professor at the College at Brockport, SUNY, simultaneously continuing to teach as a guest and develop curriculum across the country.
Brandon Whited (dance artist)
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Kitty Hubbard (visual artist)
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