‘This is not a show.’ Nick Knight and Gareth Pugh offer an exclusive visual insight into Pugh’s S/S 18 collection presented here as fashion film. In collaboration with philosophical artist Olivier de Sagazan, and with movement directed by Wayne McGregor, Pugh explores the extremities offered by the elements and the raw physicality of humanity.More
Company Wayne McGregorFollowing a highly successful national and international tour of the original stage production, McGregor has extended and translated his acclaimed work Atomos into a unique film experience, directed by McGregor and long-time collaborator Ravi Deepres.
Wayne McGregor co-creative directed the opening sequence of The Brits 2016, featuring Company dancers and 60 students and graduates from The Brit School.
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, is the new British-American fantasy drama film inspired by the book of the same name by J. K. Rowling. A prequel/spin-off of the Harry Potter film series, directed by David Yates with Wayne McGregor as Movement Coach.More
The Legend of Tarzan is an American action adventure film drawn upon the fictional character created by Edgar Rice Burroughs, which was released in 2016. Wayne McGregor worked as the Movement Director for the Warner Bros. film.More
Wayne McGregor choreographed dancer Sonoya Mizuno in The Chemical Brothers music video, Wide Open, featuring Beck.More
Company Wayne McGregorWayne collaborated with British fashion designer Gareth Pugh and director Ruth Hogben to create one of seven short films for AnOther Magazine's MOVEment, a series uniting fashion, dance and cinema. In a work of linear distortions and brittle textures, bodies are abstracted, enmeshed and transported into the unknown.More
In 2013 Wayne McGregor choreographed the music video for Ingenue by Atoms for Peace, the experimental rock and electronic group featuring Radiohead's Thom Yorke and Flea from Red Hot Chili Peppers.More
McGregor choreographed Thom Yorke in the music video to Radiohead's song Lotus Flower.More