Amelia Reeber is a solo performing artist and choreographer living in Seattle, Washington. She has created many small-scale works and improvisations that reflect her interests in time, the narrative of the body, and relationships with space, landscape, and imagination.

Reeber has performed in four works by seminal American choreographer Deborah Hay: Music, Beauty, Mountain, and If I Sing To You, which was commissioned by the William Forsythe Company and toured internationally during 2008-09. Reeber’s solo, Peak and Draft, was presented with Mountain in the Northwest Artist Series at On the Boards and, while traveling in Cambodia, Amelia had the opportunity to perform that work for the Khmer Arts Ensemble.

Reeber has collaborated with and performed for a range of artists. She was a founding member of Foot In Mouth, a choreographer/composer collaboration whose work was presented as part of On The Boards’ Northwest Artist Series at in 2005. Also in 2005, she performed in Pat Graney Company’s touring production of The Vivian Girls.

Reeber is a 2009 recipient of the City of Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs’ City Artist grant and is Velocity Dance Center’s 2010 Choreographer in Residence. She will be creating a new work for 10 dancers as part of Velocity’s Strictly Seattle Summer Dance Intensive in July 2010. She has received support for her work from 4Culture, smART ventures, Artist Trust and more. She was 2006 Artist Trust Fellowship recipient in choreography. In December 2009, Amelia won the Joyce Theater’s A.W.A.R.D. Show! 2009 at On the Boards.