Amy “Catfox” Campion speaks the language of Hip Hop with daring concepts and a powerful style. “Reclaiming hip hop… by expanding the idiom’s creative horizons,” says Lewis Segal of the LA Times about “Breaking the Cypher” which sold out the Ford Amphitheater with a standing ovation. Watch for “Ghetto Blaster and Silk” a short film that she co-choreographed that will premiere in the LA Film Festival in 2011. Other film choreography credits include Breaking Anywhere, First Cypher, and Dancing with Devotion. Currently the Artistic Director of Antics Performance, a multimedia hip hop dance theater company, Campions’s work has been featured at the Music Center, Esalen International Arts Festival, BGirl Be Festival, the Skirball, and many others. Campion received her MFA in Choreography from UCLA and has worked with award-winning choreographers Rennie Harris, Jacob “Kujo” Lyons, and Ana Maria Alvarez. Check out www.AnticsPerformance.com for more information.
Amy created Pursuit for the June 2011 edition of Dances Made to Order. “Pursuit” has been selected for Dance Film’s Association Dance for Camera Festival in New York, the San Francisco Dance Film Festival and the Condor/dance Dance for Camera Festival in Arizona.