Charlotte started her dance and choreographic career at The Royal Ballet Lower School, before heading to Rambert School at the age of 16. In 2015, Charlotte began her career as a professional choreographer at The Royal Ballet, The Royal Opera House, and after 3 years she transitioned to a freelance choreographer exploring the use of multiple art forms to depict contemporary issues. Charlotte builds on 9 years of specialist training, and continues to accept opportunities to dance, choreograph, direct and produce films.
- Jehnny Beth | FlowerAn Anthony Byrne Film “Flower” Starring Jehnny Beth & Rebeka Adams 'Flower' comes from Jehnny Beth's debut solo album 'To Love Is To Live.' Directed by Anthony Byrne Executive Producer - Imogen Harrison Producer - Andrew Rawson Production Manager - Tom O’Driscoll Director of Photography - Matthieu Plainfosse Production Designer - Chloe Brady Wardrobe - Vincent Pons Make Up - Jessica Summer Choreographer - Charlotte Edmonds Editor - Paul Knight Colourist - Paul Staples
- jojoRoyal Ballet First Artist Joseph Sissens performs an extract from Charlotte Edmonds' 'jojo' - the first dance performance in the Royal Opera House's redesigned Linbury Theatre. The brand new Linbury Theatre is the West End’s newest and most intimate theatre and provides an additional world-class stage for The Royal Ballet, The Royal Opera and a host of internationally celebrated artists and partners.
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Projects credited in
- International Women’s Day 2022, meet 100 rising stars inspiring changeWe still have a way to go when it comes to improving gender diversity and equality in the creative, tech and digital industries – which is why it is so important for us, as a platform, to use our force for good. We’re thrilled to be releasing our annual list celebrating and shining a spotlight on 100+ rising stars – as nominated by The Dots community – who are transforming the industry of today and inspiring the generation of tomorrow. The list beams with brilliant, talented people and their d107
- UN[BOX]EDUN[BOX]ED explores one person's journey as they deal with the stigmas connected to Dyslexia through dance. In society, those with dyslexia are often boxed into what people perceive our abilities to be. When we peel back the layers - who decides who we really are and who creates the box we so often are told we fit within? A short dance film starring solo dancer Kirubel Belay, directed and choreographed by Move Beyond Words founders and artistic directors Elizabeth Arifien and Charlotte Edmonds,
- UN[BOX]EDA short film starring solo dancer Kirubel Belay, directed and choreographed by Move Beyond Words founders and artistic directors Elizabeth Arifien and Charlotte Edmonds, and set to an original score by Tony Nwachuku. All members of the creative team dance with the label of dyslexia. UN[BOX]ED explores one person's journey as they deal with the stigmas connected to Dyslexia through dance. In society, those with dyslexia are often boxed into what people perceive our abilities to be. When we peel b
- CHROM-artCharlotte Edmonds and Elizabeth Arifien have put their heads together to establish Move Beyond Words; a collaborative of sorts that seeks to shine new light on this fascinating and often misunderstood label, with a vivid ensemble of film and live performances. https://www.chromart.org/words-fail-me-a-work-of-innate-beauty/
- Move Beyond Words PodcastThe Move Beyond Words podcast series amplifies the voices of neurodiverse people from various backgrounds. Lived experiences, by a variety of creatives, to help us understand the depth of dyslexia. Guests from Series 1 include: Actress Lauren McCrostie, The Amazing Dyslexics, AKA Kate and Kathy, Steve Chapman and AJ and Curtis Pritchard to name a few. Available to listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and Acast. Subscribe here: bit.ly/mbwsubscribe
- Dyslexia CreatesCo-founders and directors Elizabeth Arifien and Charlotte Edmonds were invited to bring Words Fail Me to Dyslexia Creates at the V&A with British Dyslexia Association on Thursday 26th September 2019. Their appearance, which was the debut of their collaborative work, included a presentation, performance, and they were featured on a panel with fellow speakers. Dancers: Rosalie Bell and Josh De La-Garde Music by Tony Nwachawuku You can read more here: https://www.bdadyslexia.org.uk/news/dysle
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ChoreographerStudio Wayne McGregor
- London, United KingdomFreelance
Winged Bull in the Elephant Case, directed by Robin Friend, Wayne McGregor and Rhodri Huw, with choreography by Charlotte Edmonds. Filmed at the National Gallery, London for BBC Performance Live. Broadcast on BBC Two 17 March 2018. A Studio Wayne McGregor/Illuminations production for BBC Television and Arts Council England. Performance Live is a partnership between Arts Council England, BBC Arts and Battersea Arts Centre.
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- Movement Direction
- Film Directing
- Facilitating Workshops