October Intensive: Exeter Contemporary Programme

Today is the second day of the October Intensive for our Exeter Contemporary Programme. Our students have been working with two incredibly talented artists:
 
Charlotte Eatock graduated from London Studio Centre and worked extensively with Henri Oguike Dance Company and Richard Alston Dance Company both as a performer and teacher, she has choreographed for many youth companies and performed her own work for GDA Cabaret, Latitude Festival, and The Place Prize to name a few. Her video work ‘Kate Lunn’ was shortlisted for the Jerwood Moving Image Award, other video work has been screened at GDA’s {not} Simply Dancing, London International Dance Film Festival, Live Art Falmouth, Big Dance and shown on the BBC Live website. Teaching includes workshops for Richard Alston Dance Company and Henri Oguike, classes at The Place, Greenwich Dance Agency, London Studio Centre, Plymouth University, University College Falmouth.  Earlier this year she directed and created ‘Searching for Tracey’ at The London Film Academy and most recently she was commissioned to create ‘The Broadway Experience’ a dance documentary based in New York. Charlotte currently teaches at Plymouth University along with creating film based dance work of her own and continues to teach for Richard Alston Dance Company. 
 

Emma Holbrook became interested in drums at the age of 9 after seeing a drum corps at a street carnival. It wasn’t long before she was playing snare drum in a military band, being involved in parades and competitions all over the country.  During her school years she began to develop interests in other styles of music and taught herself how to play the drum kit and piano. Emma studied Film at sixth form college and university where she started to become more focused on evolving her skills in editing and post production whilst still maintaining a passion for music.  After leaving the University Of Reading in 2004 she started to establish herself as a creative and technical freelancer and began to work on projects within music, theatre and film production. She has worked extensively on music videos, short films, fringe theatre and promotional videos but more recently she has begun to specialise in offline and assistant editing for feature length drama and documentary. In July 2012 she was accepted into the BBC Wales assistant editors talent pool and is now pursuing a full time career as an editor and composer in the south west. 

She started working for the Swindon Dance Centre for Advanced Training (CAT) in 2009 and specialises in playing the Peruvian Cajon drum accompanying teachers in contemporary dance classes. Emma has also composed music at CAT residencies using sequencers and virtual instruments. Examples of her music and film work can be found at www.laconicfilm.co.uk 

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