An Idaho native, Jenn Freeman is a dancer, teacher, and choreographer currently residing in New York City. She began her dance career in Boise, Idaho as a member of Idaho Dance Theatre for four seasons. In 2007 Jenn received a BFA in Dance from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. Since then she has been cast in works by choreographers Mia Michaels, Sonya Tayeh, Kyle Abraham, Larry Keigwin, Travis Wall, Teddy Forance, Misha Gabriel and many others.
Jenn is currently working as a company member for Tayeh Dance and Kyle Abraham/Abraham.in.Motion. Jenn has appeared on the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards, The Jimmy Fallon Show, and Comedy Central’s “The Comedy Awards.” She has also traveled around the country as an assistant teacher to renowned choreographers Sonya Tayeh, Mia Michaels, Chris Dupre, Cherice Barton, and Chris Jacobsen.
Most recently Jenn has started working on the creation and development of Pulse, an exciting new project conceived and choreographed by Brook Notary. Her own award winning choreography has been performed by many companies including, Second Avenue Dance Company (NYC) and Idaho Dance Theatre for their 20th Anniversary Season. Jenn's teaching abilities are a product of her wide array of training and experiences. In her classes Jenn focuses on warm-up techniques to strengthen and promote awareness of the entire body. She combines the athleticism of jazz with strong technical skills and elements of modern dance to create combinations that are intricate and stimulating — inspiring the dancers physically, mentally, and artistically.