Jenn Freeman is a dancer, choreographer, and dance educator based out of New York City. Professionally, she has danced in works by choreographers: Sonya Tayeh, Mia Michaels, Kyle Abraham, Larry Keigwin, Brook Notary, Travis Wall, and many others. Jenn has appeared in live performances for Target, The MTV Video Music Awards, The Jimmy Fallon Show, Comedy Central’s The Comedy Awards, and The Rolling Stone's 50th Anniversary Tour. She has assisted in the development of large scale productions for Florence and the Machine, Madonna, The X-Factor, LA Ballet, The Brit Awards, and Cirque du Soleil.
Most recently, Jenn has joined NOW International/Interdisciplinary Dance Company, under the direction of Charlotte Boye-Christensen, as a collaborator. With a strong belief in dance education and a love for the creative process, Freeman's choreography and unique teaching style is enlisted and performed by companies, studios, and collegiate programs nationally. Jenn's teaching abilities are a product of her wide array of training and experiences. She is currently on faculty for Adrenaline Dance Convention, The Dance Sessions, and Broadway Dance Center. In her classes Jenn focuses on warm-up techniques to strengthen and promote awareness of the entire body. She combines the athleticism of jazz with strong technical skills and elements of modern dance to create combinations that are intricate and stimulating — inspiring the dancers physically, mentally, and artistically. Jenn proudly holds a BFA in Dance from the TISCH School of the Arts at New York University.