Collaborators

The Apiary

Directors

The Apiary are an Australian-born, Berlin-based film collective, consisting of Lily Coates and Gavin Youngs, who created the slow motion film sequences for UNDANCE.

Ravi Deepres

Artist

Ravi Deepres is an award-winning artist renowned internationally for his film, photographic and digital media work. Deepres works extensively with contemporary dance companies and has collaborated with Wayne McGregor since the late 90s', producing photography and film for many of McGregor's works and projects including Sulphur 16QualiaGenusEntityAtomosThe BRIT Awards 2016: Opening Sequence and AfteRiteIn 2017, Deepres was director and cinematographer, alongside providing animation design, for the film of Atomos.

D O M & N I C

Director

D O M & N I C are directors of commercials and music videos, consisting of Nic Goffey and Dom Hawley. Wayne McGregor choreographed the D O M & N I C directed music video, Wide Open, for The Chemical Brothers in 2016.

Robin Friend

Photographer

Photographer Robin Friend co-directed Winged Bull in the Elephant Casewith Wayne McGregor, an immersive performance for the screen commissioned by BBC Performance Live.

Sir Peter Hall

Director

Sir Peter Hall CBE was a renowned English theatre, opera and film director. In 2005, Wayne McGregor worked as choreographer on You Can Never Tell and Much Ado About Nothing for The Peter Hall Company, and Chicago Lyric Opera's The Midsummer Marriage, directed by Hall with supervision by McGregor as well as choreography.

Ruth Hogben

Director and Photographer

Ruth Hogben is a filmmaker and photographer based in London, whose work has been published in magazines such as AnOther and Dazed, and has created films and commercials for brands such as Christian Dior Parfums, Fendi and Hugo Boss. In 2015, Hogben collaborated with Wayne McGregor on the fashion film MOVEment, and created the promotional imagery and film for the premiere of Tree of Codes at the Manchester International Festival.

Garth Jennings

Director

Garth Jennings directed two music videos choreographed by Wayne McGregor – Lotus Flowerfor Radiohead and Ingenuefor Atoms for Peace. McGregor was also choreographer on Jenning's computer-animated musical comedy film Sing in 2016.

David Leveaux

Director

David Leveaux is a British theatre director of plays and musicals, nominated for five Tony Awards throughout his career. Wayne McGregor first collaborated with Leveaux as choreographer for Scottish National Opera's The Marriage of Figaro in 1995 and again for Leveaux's revival of English National Opera's Salome in 2005. In 2015, McGregor was the Movement Director on Leveaux's Closer at the Donmar Warehouse in London.

James Macdonald

Director

James Macdonald is a British theatre and film director who was associate and deputy director of The Royal Court from 1992 to 2006. During this time, Macdonald directed Sarah Kane's Cleansed in 1998 with Wayne McGregor working as Movement Director on the production.

Sean Mathias

Director

Sean Mathias is a British theatre and film director, writer and actor. Wayne McGregor choreographed a number of shows directed by Mathias including A Little Night Music and Antony and Cleopatra at the National Theatre, Ring Around The Moon and Breakfast at Tiffany's on the West End, Aladdin at the Old Vic, and feature film Bent, released in 1997. 

Catherine Maximoff

Director

Catherine Maximoffis a writer and film director who first collaborated with Wayne McGregor on the screenplay for McGregor's dance film chrysalis in 2002. In 2010, Maximoff directed three films about McGregor: Wayne McGregor: Going Somewhere (a creative documentary on McGregor, his works and creative processes) alongside Wayne McGregor: A Moment in Time and Wayne McGregor: A Thought in Movement, two dance films incorporating excerpts from QualiaEntity,Dyad 1909and Limen.

Olivier Megaton

Director

Olivier Megaton is a French director, writer, and editor, who directed the 2002 dance film chrysalischoreographed by Wayne McGregor, featuring dancers from Company Wayne McGregor.

Mike Newell

Director

Mike Newell is a BAFTA Award winning English director and producer for film and television. In 2004, Wayne McGregor worked as Movement Director on the Warner Bros. film Harry Potter and The Goblet of Firedirected by Newell.

Sir Trevor Nunn

Director

Sir Trevor Nunn CBE is an English theatre, film and television director. In 2004, Nunn directed The Woman in White at The Palace Theatre in London, with Wayne McGregor as Movement Director.

Michel Ocelot

Artist and Director

Michel Ocelot is a French writer, character designer, storyboard artist and director of animated films and television programmes. Ocelet is best known for his 1998 debut animated feature film 'Kirikou and the Sorceress', which was adapted by Wayne McGregor in 2007 into a musical, titled Kirikou et Karaba.

Josie Rourke

Director

Josie Rourke is a British theatre and film director. Wayne McGregor has collaborated with Rourke on two projects as Choreographer and Movement Coach: Mary Queen of Scotsfilm, released in 2018, and Sweet CharityRourke's farewell production as Artistic Director of London's Donmar Warehouse in 2019.

Kevin Spacey

Director

American actor and producer Kevin Spacey directed Cloaca at The Old Vic in 2004 with Wayne McGregor as choreographer. In 2015, McGregor was on the judging panel for the Kevin Spacey Foundation Artists of Choice program.

David Yates

Director

David Yates is an English filmmaker who has directed feature films, short films, and television productions. Wayne McGregor has worked as the Movement Director on the following Warner Bros. films The Legend of Tarzan, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, all directed by Yates.