Jeffrey Duval has had the pleasure of working with Tiffany Mills Company since 2003. Duval received his BFA from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis studying with an array of nationally recognized choreographers. His MFA is from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts focusing on performance and composition. Duval teaches Prana Flow ® yoga inspired by Shiva Rea at Sonic Yoga and leads teacher trainings and retreats nationally and internationally. Thank you to my family and friends for all your love and support. www.jeffreyduval.com

Kevin Ho is a NYC-based dance artist and teacher. He has been featured internationally with Tiffany Mills Company since May of 2010. Recently he served as guest lecturer alongside Dr. Chisa Hidaka at Barnard College (of Columbia University) and Manhattanville College teaching Experiential Applied Anatomy & Kinesiology. He was invited into the faculty of the 2013 Siberian Hot Winter Fest in Krasnoyarsk, Russia (along with Eckhard Muller, co-founder of the Freiberg Festival & Ekaterina Basalaeva) teaching Spontaneous Ensemble-based Performance Strategies. For over 10+ years now, Ho has been deeply rooted in the daily rigor of movement fellowship in the mediums of [Contact] improvisation and dance academic scholarship. In 2012, Ho had the special honor of performing for Steve Paxton during his ‘Some Sweet Day’ residency (curated by Ralph Lemon) at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). Additionally, Ho also collaborates/teaches with Michou Szabo/The Mill, Einy Åm-Sparks for EyeKnee Coordination of Norway/NYC, and Christiana Axelsen in Brooklyn, NY.

Kyle Marshall graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2011 with his BFA in dance from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. While in school, Marshall was a Carr Scholarship recipient and was awarded the Dance Express Choreographer's Prize. Marshall currently dances for Doug Elkins Choreography Etc., Tiffany Mills Company and is a founder member of Randy James' 10 Hairy Legs. His choreography has been performed at the Upstart Festival 2014, AUNTS, the Green Building, Rutgers University, "Your Move" Jersey City Dance Festival, STAGEfest 2013 at the Loew's Theater and WAXworks at Triskelion Arts.

Emily Pope-Blackman is a performing artist, teacher, choreographer, and video artist. She is an alumnus of the North Carolina School of the Arts (1991). She received her BFA in Dance Performance/Choreography from The Ohio State University (1997) and her MFA in Dance/Choreography from the NYU Tisch School of the Arts (2007). She has performed/toured with Malcolm Low, johannes wieland, Gerald Casel, Bridget Moore Dance, Chimaera Physical Theater, BalletMet Ohio, and Charleston Ballet Theatre. She currently performs with White Wave Young Soon Kim Dance Company, Hilary Easton + Co., Tamar Rogoff Performance Projects, and Douglas Dunn and Dancers. She created HoverBound Productions in 2006, and her choreography and video work has been produced in New York at The DUMBO Dance Festival, Wave Rising Series, Cool NY Festival, St. Mark's Church, Mulberry Street Theatre, Chez Bushwick, 3rd Ward, and The TANK. She is extremely excited to be part of the Tiffany Mills Company!

Mei Yamanaka is a dancer and choreographer from Tokyo, Japan. She started to learn classic ballet when she was 6-years-old, hip-hop when she was 16-years-old, and contemporary modern dance when she was 18-years-old. In 2008, she came to New York to dance. She currently performs with Jennifer Archibald, Mana Kawamura, Emily Berry, White Wave Dance Company. Also Mei has worked with Saul Urelio, Palissimo, Small Apple Co., Mark Dendy, Oui Danse, Malcolm Jason Low and more. Her choreographic work had been presented at Fresh Tracks, New Steps, Cool NY, Dumbo Dance Festival, Under Expose, COLLABOFEST, GAP Presents | Shared Space, The New Work, Take Root Series, and more in NYC. She was elected as an artist-in-residence at Dance Theater Workshop (now New York Live Arts) Fresh Tracks in 2010-2011. She joined Tiffany Mills Company in 2013. She is really happy to be part of the Company!!! www.meiyamanaka.com

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