Amy Gardner

Amy is a director and choreographer whose work spans across film, television, live performance, multimedia production and branded content. Her projects often fuse a cinematic approach with bold and raw movement based storytelling. Her creative process stems from a strong technical background and a professional dance career that began in the concert world. Her extensive training in ballet, contemporary , jazz, tap, hip hop and musical theatre have founded her idiosyncratic style. Over the past decade, she has been creatively fueled by a variety of acting techniques and structured improvisation exercises which have prompted an evocative energy to her kinetic creations. Amy is an internationally renowned guest teacher and choreographer and is also the artist director of annoDAM Dance, her non-for-profit company. She was born in Canada and is currently based in NYC.

Role: choreographer



Nemahsis - i wanna be your right hand

Gaffer: Ryan Hernandez Key Grip: TJ Richardson 1st AC: Matt Veen 2nd AC: @tom_wood_photo Styling and Makeup Assist: @lil.sweeets3 Set Dresser: @x.karilyn Coordinator: @chi____ara Best Boy: Tarek Smith Best Boy Grip: Sean Correia Swing: Michael Torelli Swing: Kristoff Gallimore BTS: @cruz.shipp Production Assistant: @lawraines Production Assistant: Hayden Gallagher Office PA: @tothcommajulianna




AYIA - Easy

Salomon Ligthelm explores the abstract journey of a young man’s interaction with an ominous monolithic being, losing his mind and grasp of reality.




Joji - Your Man

Starring Ty Wells




Moses Sumney - Cut Me




Prince - Mary Don't You Weep

“The system is broken. It’s going to take the young people to fix it this time. We need new ideas, new life…”. Prince The messaging in this video links thematically to Prince’s past activist work in Baltimore in 2015 and the resulting riots that ensued in the city and beyond. That year, Prince released a protest song titled “Baltimore” – along with an accompanying documentary style video – directed squarely at the need for more compassion and peace, an ever-present theme he echoed through his career. The “Baltimore” video ends with the above quote, which Prince delivered during an impassioned speech at his 2015 Rally 4 Peace concert. This video begins with that same quote, a symbolic reminder underscoring Prince’s earlier messaging and a timely reflection on the need for positive change. The video pays tribute to the scores of teens and children affected by gun-related violence every year in the USA.




Gregory Porter - Revival




Gentle Wrestle

"Escape Day (A Gentle Wrestle) is a story about pushing yourself upon those you admire, past the point of tension. In a visual display of dance and contention, two women grapple with both strain and release, struggle and support. In the quest for mutual self-acceptance, there’s at first conflict, then respect, then admiration. No matter the tension, our two heroines are with each other, both battling and sharing strength and self-confidence." Brought to us by SCHON! Magazine.

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