Driven by a passion for storytelling through movement, Charlotte Edmonds is a British choreographer, dancer and filmmaker whose work honors classical and contemporary dance as pure art forms. Having trained at The Royal Ballet Lower School, Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance, and with a masters in choreography from Central School of Ballet, Charlotte’s prestigious academic background speaks to her outstanding technical understanding of dance as a medium of expression. Breaking ground early in her career, Charlotte became the the Royal Ballet’s Inaugural Young Choreographer. Her ability to explore different social and emotional perspectives through dance and film has since made her a prolific creative across the realms of dance, art and commerce. Charlotte has created classical and contemporary choreographies internationally for respected dance institutions such as The Royal Ballet, Bayerisches Staatsballett, Northern Ballet, The Royal Academy of Dance, Dutch National Ballet, Norwegian National Ballet and Studio Wayne McGregor. She has worked with art and cultural institutions such as Sotheby’s, Gazelli Art House and Soho House, as well as fashion brands including Nike, Burberry and Belstaff. Accomplished in capturing dance on film Charlotte has also worked with media giants such as BBC Arts and Nowness.
Selected Projects with BOX
Press and Awards
Boiler Room: In Every Choreography
It’s Nice That