Ellen Maynard is a Brooklyn-based artist who specializes in the intersection of dance and film. She received a BFA in dance and video art from The Ohio State University. Her dance films have been shown at The Brooklyn Museum, SPRING/BREAK Art Show, and festivals including the International 60 Seconds Dance Film Festival, the 9th International Screendance Festival, the Third Coast Dance Film Festival, and Dance Film Association screenings. Ellen spends her summers as a videographer at Bates Dance Festival.
Quentin Burley is a dance artist based in Brooklyn. He has spent the past few years as a freelance videographer, capturing performances ranging from downtown dance to a one-man clown show. He is the Artistic Director of Quentin Burley Dance Group which has presented work at The Red Bean Studios and Triskelion Arts. He has also had the pleasure of performing with Dante Brown | Warehouse Dance, The Moving Architects, and The Median Movement. He hails from Youngstown, Ohio and received a BFA in Dance and a BA in Philosophy from The Ohio State University in 2013.
Madeline Irmen is a dancer, videographer, dance teacher, and administrator working in the dance community in Brooklyn, NY. Maddie graduated summa cum laude with a BFA in Dance from the Ohio State University, where she met and began working on film and stage projects with her fellow members of The Fleet. Maddie currently has the pleasure of dancing with Erik Abbott-Main | Boy Friday and Quentin Burley Dance Group, and she has previously worked with ChristinaNoel & the Creature, Dante Brown Warehouse Dance, the Median Movement, and Seymour Dance Collective.
We are a group of professional dance artists who specialize in dance video production. We create performance documentation, performer and teacher reels, promotional trailers, dance films, screen adaptations of stage work, performance projections, and social-media hosted videos.
We believe in capturing the rich, ever-changing body of dance in New York City as historical archive and creating new work that blends dance and film.