Haley Morgan Miller
Haley Morgan Miller is an interdisciplinary choreographer, dancer, technologist and teacher based in Brooklyn, New York. Her creations follow dichotomous narratives to a point of explanation – whether it be challenging or accepting a semblance of truth – to invoke communication around personal, social, and cultural topics.
Haley created audio reactive renderings of paper mache masks for Every Morning a New Arrival, a healing performance installation that explores the relationship between the self and shadow selves featuring live painting performance by Lauren Altman, premiered at Art She Says. Ephemeral Pleasures, Haley’s debut dance film, was shown at the Anyplace Anytime Online Dance Film Festival by Cross Move Lab, and FRAMES Virtual Festival hosted by Collective Exchange. Her choreography has been presented at Marinnovators Science and Technology Festival, Vision Series Festival, and The Boston Conservatory at Berklee. Haley is a company member with both SarAika, and Chloe Kastner Dance Company. She adores teaching at The Tutu School, and working with Yana Schnichtzler HUMAN KINETICS as an Arts Administrator and Marketer.
Haley graduated summa cum laude with a BFA in Contemporary Dance from The Boston Conservatory at Berklee, where she performed work by Mark Morris, Juel D. Lane, Michael Figueroa, Jun Kuribayashi.