"I wanted a platform to connect artists together and showcase what's new and interesting in all forms related to contemporary dance."
Scott Schneider began studying at The King Centre for the Performing Arts in Wanaque, NJ under the direction of Nancy King and Natalie King Smith. He continued studying at Muhlenberg College and graduated cum laude with a BFA in Dance from Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University in 2011.
Scott began creating his own work in 2007 and since then his choreography has been selected to be performed internationally including Dixon Place, Bryant Park, and The Underground Theater in NYC, Elon University in North Carolina, the rooftop of Palais Garnier in Paris, along with other venues including theater, stage, and film.
Scott began his professional career apprenticing for the Stephen Petronio Company for the 2011-2012 Season. He is an original company member of Randy James 10 Hairy Legs and has been performing with the company since 2012. Scott appeared in Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet's 2012 Season Opening Night Gala in New York City. In 2015, Scott moved to Paris to work on the creation of the brand new production "Paris Merveilles" at Lido de Paris choreographed by Benoit-Swan Pouffer and directed by Franco Dragone. After returning to NYC, he started collaborating with fellow ARTery artist Willy Laury on various projects such as film, a live performance of his new work WINDED, and Danone Nations Cup 2017 the global youth soccer world finals. Scott was featured in Emery LeCrone's 2017 season at The Joyce Theater. He has also guested with choreographers and company's including Benoit-Swan Pouffer, Meagan Woods & Company, Nimbus Dance Works, and Joshua Beamish's MOVE the company. Scott can be seen in the 2017 Student Academy Award winning film Opera of Cruelty directed by Max R. A. Fedore and choreographed by Tony Bordonaro. Scott is a company member of Austin McCormick's Company XIV being featured in '16/'17 Nutcracker Rouge, and can currently be seen in the brand new production of Ferdinand: Boylesque Bullfight. Commercial credits include Cartier, Hugo Boss, VISA, and Jaeger-Lecoultre.
"As a young freelance artist, I have benefited from working with a multitude of artists from a variety of genres. This diverse experience encouraged me to create a platform to connect artists together, showcasing what's new and interesting in all forms related to contemporary dance. Creating this umbrella where I can showcase new and interesting work, simultaneously provides me a networked platform for my own work. This exhibit showcases handpicked works from around the world, and is designed to evolve and grow in conjunction with my career. I believe ARTery can connect artists in a way that enhances the creative process, producing rich work that pushes the art form forward, in hopes of reaching more people and inspiring the world one movement at a time."
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