Esme Benjamin is a creative dance artist, movement facilitator and somatic practitioner with a keen interest in psychoanalysis and research.
Esme attended Dixon-Woods School of Dance before going on to receive a BA (hons) in Dance Theatre from London Studio Centre followed by an MA from UCLAN in Dance & Somatic Wellbeing: Connections to the living body.
She currently works as a dance artist for Uchenna Dance, is associate artist at Movement Angol and has recently performed at The Brits and Capitals Summer Time Ball choreographed by Kloé Dean. Esme is also the project manager for Artistry Youth Dance, "empowering and developing the next generation of young black artists".
As well as this Esme is Co-Director of KWAM Collective, creating work within the realms of dance theatre, live performance, digital art and therapeutic bodily practices. Their most current work consists of an experimental movement film exploring questions around 'what is a body?' and working with students from London Studio Centre for their end of year show, Dance Overture.