MEET THE TEAM

In 2012 Lisa and Dan co-founded Flux Dance Collective in a school hall in East London. The concept was simple, a chance to create and perform dance for them and for others. Since then the group has evolved into a company of multi skilled practitioners from a wide range of backgrounds with a united passion and drive to bring dance into the wider community.

Lisa and Dan both live in Colchester, Essex and continue to strive for opportunities to create, perform and inspire others through their work. You can find more information about both artists below.

FOUNDERS BIOS

LISA WARNOCK

(BA HONS/MA/ QTS)

Director of FLUX DANCE and

Co Founder of FLUX DANCE COLLECTIVE.

Lisa is a professional dance artist and practitioner who is highly experienced, working in a variety of settings as a performer, choreographer, facilitator and qualified teacher. Lisa trained at Middlesex University and then continued her professional studies at TRINITY LABAN before embarking on her teaching qualifications. As well as her role with Flux, Lisa is also a busy freelance dance artist working with organisations including the Royal Academy of Dance, Dance East, Essex dance agency and Dance network association where she is also a lead artist.

Lisa is the director of FLUX DANCE and the lead practitioner for all of our Education work. She is exceptionally proud of the reputation Flux Dance and Flux Dance Collective have garnered through its ongoing education and community performance work.

‘Our slogan is ‘Bringing dance to you’ and I believe that is reflected in our direct and professional approach to all that we do.’

DAN DELLER- THOMPSON

( BA, QTS in FE)

Co Founder – FLUX DANCE COLLECTIVE.

Dan is a highly experienced dance artist and practitioner who currently deliver Dance in FE (City of Westminster College). Dan has worked in a range of different contexts within the Dance world. His performance work has taken him abroad and he has also been involved with many successful dances for film projects. Dan has facilitated performance projects in several professional theatres working alongside established directors/ fellow dance artists and with great success. Dan has also worked site specifically on dance projects with Candoco Dance Company as well as Flux Dance Collective.

Dan is the associate artistic director for Flux Dance Collective and is passionate about giving people a chance to encounter dance, be that as an audience member or as a participant.

‘Everyone should be able to experience high quality dance provision and our aim is to provide that to our local community and beyond.’