Brianna Kell is an independent dance artist and choreographer based in Sydney.
Most recently Brianna Kell worked in residence at Form Projects, TheFarm and Critical Path developing new work. Brianna is currently working on a Solo and two Duos with collaborators Anton and Andrew Searle.
Brianna premiered 'Fly By Night' alongside ABC radio producer Mike Williams to sold out shows at the Sydney Fringe Festival 2018. Brianna worked with Sara Black, performing in Double Beat at Out of The Studio.
Brianna Kell recently choreographed on the Tasmanian Youth Classical Ballet Company for The Moves festival in Hobart.
In 2017 Kell was a recipient of a research lab at Critical Path exploring Feminist Ideology, this research continued with a granted TRIP residency at Tasdance. Brianna worked with The Farm company touring Frankenstein in collaboration with Co 3 Australia.
In 2017 Kell was movement advisor for Thomas Wilson-White’s film the Greenhouse and choreographer for Exhibitionist’s film clip ‘Hands’, and ‘Motionless’.
Kell’s solo ‘Flow’ premiered at Inmotion Festival in Marrickville 2016. In 2014 Brianna had a sell-out season premiering her solo ‘Heaven Metal’ winning the award for ‘Genre Excellence in Dance’.
From 2011-2015 Brianna worked with Tasdance performing and touring in works by international and nationally renowned choreographers: Stephanie Lake, Anton, Francis Rings, Gavin Webber, Raewyn Hill, Byron Perry, Anna Smith, Larissa McGowan, Huang Yi, Madalena Victorino, and Graeme Murphy.
A graduate from The Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne with a Bachelor of Dance in 2010. Kell was awarded the prestigious Orloff Family Trust award for ‘Most outstanding Talent’. 2012-present Kell currently works with company DirtyFeet as choreographer, performer, and lead facilitator of the RightFoot Program.