KEGAN MARLING is a choreographer, writer, designer and arts consultant. His work is a reflection of ever-shifting interests: contact improv, creative writing, sound design, photography, pottery, bookbinding, ballroom, ballet, Afro-Caribbean dance, painting, tap, gymnastics, acting, woodworking and installation art. In addition, Kegan’s work is heavily influenced by the artists he has worked with: Della Davidson, Bill T. Jones, Joe Goode, Lea Anderson, Scott Wells, Susan Foster, Nigel Charnock (DV8) and Anna Halprin.
He and Jane Schnorrenberg currently co-direct their own company, entitled spoon. In addition, he has created work for the Move(men)t Festival and National Queer Arts Festival and has been a resident artist at CounterPULSE. Kegan studied choreography and sociology at UC Davis, where he received the Jere Curry Award for Excellence in Dance.