Ravi Deepres


Ravi Deepres is an award-winning artist renowned internationally for his film, photographic and digital media work. Ravi has been working with Wayne McGregor for many years, producing photography and film for many pieces and collaborating on works including AtomosEntity and AfteRite

Olafur Eliasson


Olafur Eliasson's large-scale work includes The New York City Waterfalls and The Weather Project at London's Tate Modern. The artist is creating the unique visual environment for Tree of Codes, choreographed by Wayne McGregor and set to music by Jamie xx.

John Gerrard


John Gerrard's virtual landscape of the Djibouti desert set alight during a US army exercise provided the backdrop to Live Fire Exercise, 2011.

Lorna Heavey


Renowned artist Lorna Heavey provided the set and costume designs for Sum. Wayne McGregor and Max Richter's chamber opera explored a possible journey after death populated by computers, suburban anterooms and mind-stretching scenarios.

Idris Khan


London-based artist Idris Kahn provided the set design for Wayne McGregor's Kairos at Ballett Zürich, 2014.

Catherine Maximoff


Catherine Maximoff is a writer and director that directed the creative documentary about Wayne McGregor Going Somewhere (a thought in motion) and the dance film A moment in time, incorporating excerpts from Dyad 1909, Entity and Qualia.

Audrey Niffenegger

Author and Visual Artist

Raven Girl, an illustrated novella by Audrey Niffenegger (The Time Traveler's Wife; Her Fearful Symmetry), was adapted by Wayne McGregor into a ballet for the Royal Opera House.

Julian Opie


British artist Julian Opie collaborated with Wayne McGregor on the Deloitte Ignite festival at the Royal Opera House in 2008. He also provided the designs for Wayne McGregor's Infra for The Royal Ballet, 2008.

Rashid Rana

Artist and Photographer

Widely considered to be the leading Pakistani artist of his generation, Rashid Rana transposes imagery from one time and place to another, through manipulation, repetition and rearrangement, in the mediums of photography, sculpture and digital printmaking. Rana's designs feature in Wayne McGregor's work for The Royal Ballet, Multiverse.

Conrad Shawcross


Conrad Shawcross's 2013 Timepiece installation at London's Roundhouse inspired Azimuth by the company at the former Victorian engine room. His robotic metal sculpture of Diana provided the centrepiece for Machina, a ballet produced in response to the National Gallery's Metamorphosis: Titian 2012 exhibition.

Aitor Throup

Artist and designer

Aitor Throup is an artist and designer renowned for his work exploring the human anatomy through rich conceptual narratives, and he is the executive creative director of G-Star RAW. He designed Company Wayne McGregor's clothes for Autobiography which had its world premiere at Sadler's Wells in October 2017.

Edmund de Waal


Artist Edmund de Waal is collaborating with Wayne McGregor on the stage design for the world premiere of a new work which forms part of a programme celebrating the centenary of Leonard Bernstein’s birth.

Mark Wallinger


Turner Prize winner Mark Wallinger was inspired by American sculptor Richard Serra's Compilation of Verbs and the human motion studies of photographer Eadweard J. Muybridge to create the visual concepts for UNDANCE.

Jane and Louise Wilson


Twin sisters Jane and Louise Wilson have worked together throughout their career. Former Turner Prize nominees, their work ranges from large multi-screen video installations and photography to sculpture. In 2009 Jane and Louise provided the visual concept and artwork for Dyad 1909.

Murtaza Ali