Delphine Gaborit

Built on over 20 years of performance experience, French born Delphine Gaborit’s choreography and movement direction today finds a home in the worlds of theatre, film, fashion and visual art. After graduating from Trinity Laban, Delphine spent two decades working internationally with notable choreographers, including a nine year collaboration with Sasha Waltz and Guests in Berlin.

Over the past ten years, Delphine has worked on some of the West End’s most important theatre productions including, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Pinocchio at the National Theatre and Seven Methods of Killing Kylie Jenner.

In film, she has done movement coaching for actors including Jessie Buckley (Wild Rose, 2018), Taylor Schilling and Sam Worthington (The Titan, 2018). Having provided movement direction for French Vogue, Delphine’s fashion credits also include campaigns for Uniqlo, Lycra and most recently Lemaire

Delphine has also collaborated extensively with some of the most influential contemporary artists working at the crossroads of visual art and dance, including Martin Creed, Adam Linder and Anthea Hamilton.

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