Photo Credit: Imogen Cranna


Imogen is a cross disciplinary artist who graduated from the New Zealand School of Dance in 2007. In 2009, Imogen joined youMove Company, working with Australian choreographers such as Emma Saunders and Vicki Van Hout. She appeared in numerous youMove performances including Sarah-Vyne Vassallo’s roving dance piece, Are we there yet? for Sydney Festival First Night (2010) and Thinking About Forever, a collaborative project with the Australian Chamber Orchestra and Parramatta String Players for the Sydney Festival (2011).

In 2012, she performed Selves, a collaborative work produced by youMove Company and choreographed by Cloé Fournier for Dance Meets Music at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. Following on from this, in 2014 she created her own work ĭn-dwĕl' in collaboration with composer Sophie Hoffman for Dance Meets Music 3. In 2012, she worked with improvisation artist Tony Osborne to create Palimpsest for the Arts NSW funded project, Tenofus, and also appeared in her own work, wItness bench, as part of AIOP/Australia/2013.

From 2013 to 2015 she performed and collaborated in numerous productions with The Living Room Theatre, including Michelle St Anne’s award winning production, I Love Todd Sampson, which premiered at Pier 2/3 in March 2013. In 2015, Imogen performed in Victoria Hunt’s work, Tangi Wai…the cry of water, as part of LIVEWORKS and also for the remount of this production during Dance Massive 2017. Most recently, as an artist of PACT (2018), Imogen was invited to appear in The Gauntlet as part of Antidote at the Sydney Opera House.