Commissioned by Jefferson Hack for AnOther Magazine, Wayne McGregor collaborated with Ruth Hogben and Gareth Pugh for MOVEment.
The developing partnership with BT Sport, based adjacent to Studio Wayne McGregor at Here East, was initiated in 2016 with the filming of Atomos.
Studio Wayne McGregor is an organisational member of One Dance UK, the UK's industry body for dance.
Studio Wayne McGregor will open its world-class arts space at Here East on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in 2017.
Wayne McGregor is currently a Cultural Fellow with Kings College London.
Manchester International Festival (MIF) is the world's first festival of original, new work and special events taking place biennially, in Manchester, UK. For the 2015 Festival MIF co-commissioned Tree of Codes, bringing together McGregor with Olafur Eliasson and Jamie xx to create a contemporary ballet. Tree of Codes premiered as part of MIF in July 2015 at the Opera House, Manchester.
Wayne McGregor holds an Honorary Doctor of Science from Plymouth University, awarded in 2013. McGregor has also collaborated with Professor Jon May, from the University’s School of Psychology, on research into Choreographic Thinking Tools.
McGregor was a Trustee of the Roundhouse for 6 years and is now Vice President. He worked on a project with young people in 2000/2001, and in 2013 created a dance work as part of Conrad Shawcross’sTimepiece installation.
Wayne McGregor was appointed Resident Choreographer of The Royal Ballet in 2006, becoming the first contemporary choreographer to hold the post.
Company Wayne McGregor has been resident company with Sadler's Wells since 2001 and was the first resident company in the new Sadler's Wells building.
Studio Wayne McGregor collaborated with Studio Olafur Eliasson on McGregor's recent work, Tree of Codes and on 3 December 2015, Company Wayne McGregor dancers performed with Olafur Eliasson and Minik Rosing's Ice Watch at Place du Panthéon, Paris.
Company Wayne McGregor performed a duet from FAR for the launch of Atelier Swarovski collection Autumn Winter 2015, designed by Shaun Leane. In 2012, Wayne McGregor choreographed the short film, XV, for Matthew Williamson with Swarovski to celebrate Williamson's 15th anniversary.
In 2011 Studio Wayne McGregor and Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance established a partnership to develop a joint dance science research project to study the creative process in dance. Wayne McGregor was appointed Professor of Choreography with the institution in 2014.
Wayne McGregor is the first Artist in Residence at UCL’s Gatsby Computational Neuroscience Unit.
Wayne McGregor has worked as movement director and choreographer on a number of Warner Brothers films including the upcoming The Legend of Tarzan and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
In 2013, London's Wellcome Collection exhibited Thinking with the Body, Studio Wayne McGregor's investigation into aspects of creativity in dance collaborating with researchers from other fields such as cognitive and social science.