BELLA WILSON

Bella is an independent contemporary dancer, choreographer and teacher. She is a

contemporary dance graduate of both the New Zealand School of Dance (2013) and Unitec

Institute of Technology (2016). She has worked with Malia Johnston, Claire O’Neil, Michael

Parmenter, Okareka Dance Company, Antony Hamilton, Lina Limosani, Richard Cilli, Alexa

Wilson, Natalie Clark, and Zahra Killeen-Chance. She co-founded Dance Plant Collective in

2016, and has worked as both a dancer and choreographer on every major project with the

collective. Her recent choreographic achievements include co-choreographing the well-received

work ‘Lite Moves’ for Luma Festival Queenstown 2019, winning ‘Best Newcomer’ at the

Auckland Fringe Awards 2018, for the double bill which included her work ‘Cha(order)os’, and

undertaking a ‘Making a Start’ choreographic residency at Lucy Guerin Inc. (Melbourne).