Whether as a dancer, choreographer, teacher,

or an Ilan-Lev practicionner, I'm engaged in an ongoing movement research.


My choreographic aspirations stem from the evolving dialogue between several approaches to dance and physical practice. Taking inspiration from the differences between and striving to find the points where they meet and co exist.   

no matter the technique at hand, a research revolves around the physical,  cultural, emotional and sensorial states, translated by the body via movement. Therefor bridging the gap and creating similarities between the techniques is essential and can be more simple than expected.

From France to Israel, from street-dancer to contemporary artist, my path is characterized by a constant thirst to develop, learn, and question the relation between body, mind, soul and movement.

The collaboration with inspiring artists such as Inbal Pinto, Adi Boutrous, Vertigo Dance Company and Ilan Lev have been very influential in my path.

I do not believe in boldly leading a flock, I rather strive to be open to the world around us, to allow my voice together with my fellow artists and collaborators to resonate within my work. My practice is based on listening, on creating space for ideas to gently mold these impulses into something communicative.

Much like a carpenter whittles wood into form with quiet and considerable care, Jeremy strives to reveal his choreography.

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