Emily began working with technology while employed as a lead dancer in a state theatre in the east of Germany, having had the opportunity to connect with a scene of people passionate about combining the ideas of industry with art. She soon developed a strong technical and creative skillset and approach that enabled the development of unique projects.
She has been fortunate to have works installed at significant European festivals, as well as in Asia and Australia. As the recipient of an Australia Council for the Arts Grant she has also produced work funded by major national agencies.
Emily takes the role of creativity seriously but at the same time imbues her art with humour and fun. Her serious anthropological musings are often coloured by a desire to directly engage her audience on numerous levels; through the physical exploration of themes, her passion for human movement, and her distinct need to bring pleasure to her audience.