Jennifer Harmon is a movement artist, choreographer/director and performer. Currently she is on faculty at Movement Research where she teaches Topf Technique/Dynamic Anatomy at Gibney Dance. She recently choreographed for Miranda Theatre’s off Broadway production, They Promised Her the Moon at St. Clements Theatre. She was the Director of Acting and Choreography for the experience design group Odyssey Works from 2010-2015. In this role, she was lead collaborator and performer for all the immersive/long duration productions in New York. She has performed or choreographed with various artists at Dance Space Project Saint Marks Church, Dixon Place, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Movement Research, Solo Arts Group. AUNTS, En Garde Arts and many site-specific locations. She has been a resident artist at Mabou Mines Theatre and the Brooklyn Arts Exchange. Her short documentary film, 12 Tons of Trash, premiered at the Woodstock Film Festival. She has also taught workshops at Barnard College, Earthdance, Windover Arts, and privately. She was a dance teaching artist in the public schools through the Guggenheim Museum and a guest choreographer with the pre-professional young people’s dance company at the Creative Arts Studio, NY. She is a certified Topf Technique practitioner and registered somatic Movement Educator and Therapist through ISMETA. She has been influenced by the teachings of Ideokinesis with Nancy Topf and Andre Bernard, Native American clowning techniques with Sue Morrison, and the movement language, Gaga, developed by Ohad Naharin-Batshevea Dance. She also has a long-time practice of Vipassana meditation. She holds a B.A. from Brown University and lives in both Brooklyn, NY and Western MA.