Emily collaboratively creates body-based movement that resuscitates liveness in processed and live performance. She is a re-embodier engaging with performance and technology. Her experimental works for stage, screen, and site have been supported by REDCAT, Brown University, Pieter Performance Space, Boston Cyberarts Festival, World Arts Music/Crash Arts, Green Street Studios, Somerville Arts Council, Gloucester New Arts Festival, Design Boston, ART’s Oberon Theater, Support Women Artists Now Day Inc., Kyoto Renku Festival 2011, and Rhodopi International Theater Lab. As a performer, Emily is currently on tour with projects with David Roussève/REALITY and Lionel Popkin Dance Project. She has also had the honor of working with Donald Byrd, Simone Forti, Stephen Koplowitz, Jennifer Monson, Sara Rudner, and Edisa Weeks. She has processed interactions with these artists to develop and teach approaches to movement at Brown University, UCLA, Walnut Hill School for the Arts, the Boston Ballet Community, Boston University, Rhode Island School of Design, Tufts University, and Stony Brook University. Emily completed her MFA in Dance from UCLA in 2013. For her graduate research, Emily received the Evelyn and Mo Ostin Performing Arts Award, UC Regent Award for Academic excellence, Elaine Krown Klein Performing Arts Scholarship, UCLA Optimist Award, Graduate Opportunity Fellowship, Graduate Division Fellowship, The Sandra Kaufman Memorial Scholarship, and University Fellowship.