Emma Morris is a choreographer, a mover, a human. She has been creating work for the stage since 2014, and since has worked created and premiered throughout the southeast. Her work centers on the themes of home, community, and personal identity while highlighting the conflict that exists between all three. She is a graduate of University of South Carolina, from which she received her BS in Environmental Science as well as her BA in Dance Performance and Choreography. . In 2018 Emma was named one of Sarasota Contemporary Dance’s Emerging Choreographers and presented work as part of the inaugural cohort of choreographers for Columbia’s Emerging Choreographers showcase. As a dancer Emma has worked with companies such as Northwest Dance Project, New Dialect, AXIS Connect, Full Radius Dance, and Sarasota Contemporary Dance. She has worked with renowned artists including Tanya Wideman Davis, Thaddeus Davis, Shaun Boyle, Jermaine Spivey, and Bryan Arias. She is currently based in Atlanta where she works as a dancer and freelance choreographer.