Jason H. J. Lim is a musician, producer and music technologist from Falkirk, Scotland.
With a body of work spanning from classical and traditional performance, to audio synthesis and computer music/visual programming, Lim is the co-founder and a lead developer for the modular synthesizer manufacturer: Qu-Bit Electronix (based in Portland, OR).
A graduate of Perth College UHI’s Popular Music Performance program, and Berklee College of Music’s Electronic Production and Design Major, Lim continues to develop his portfolio career collaborating with artists, musicians, composers and choreographers in the rolls of performer, composer/producer and technician/technical advisor.
Examples of work and composition by Jason can be viewed at:
Audio Visual Artist Technician
Justine Lim is based in Falkirk, Scotland and has been with Liminal Dance since 2012.
She holds a first-class Honours Degree in Dance from Performing Arts Studio Scotland, a Diploma in Dance Studies from Laban and a Diploma in Contemporary Art from Edinburgh College of Art. During her training she had the opportunity to perfom in work by Christine Devaney, Ruth Janssen, Gemma Williams, Tony Thatcher and Marianna Batelli.
From 2011-2012 she extensively travelled around Asia and North America and spent several months living in China studying Qi Gong and Chen Tai Chi, winning a gold medal at the 2011 Chinese Martial Arts Association competition, Beijing.
During her time at Edinburgh College of Art she had the privilege of working with Dr Sophia Lycouris, Director of the Graduate Research School, who is experienced in choreographing interdisciplinary and improvisational work. While studying at ECA Justine developed her interest in immersive, interactive artwork that requires the prescence of participants as the main focus of the work.
Alongside her work with Liminal Dance she continues to develop her own dance and artistic practice as well as teaching Qi Gong classes and training to become a qualified Shiatsu Therapist. She is passionate about sharing her enthusiasm for a holistic approach to movement and dance that fosters confidence in creativity and improvisation.
Christina Liddell is a professional Dance Artist based in Edinburgh, having qualified last year with a First Class BA Honours in Dance. Since graduating, she was granted the "Dancers Emerging Bursary Scheme," funded by Dance Base. From this, she has had the privilege of working alongside choreographers, Alan Greig, Jenni Wren, Aaron Jeffrey, Emma Park, Clare Hughes and Shan Chan, within various residencies. Over the past year, Christina has performed extensively across Scotland and the UK and was delighted to perform in two shows at the Fringe in August. She recently featured in Twyla Tharp’s “One Hundreds” production, which was performed at the Festival Theatre.
Red and The Wolf 2015
The Brunton Theatre
Amy trained at several dance schools in Aberdeen: Jemma McRae school of dance, danscentre and adagio international academy of ballet and music; while studying a degree in Sociology. She also taught at Sharon Gill School of Dance and Aberdeen University Dance Society. From 2013-14 she was awarded a place on the Dancers Emerging Bursary Scheme at Dancebase in Edinburgh under the mentorship of Matthew Hawkins. Amy has had the chance to work with many choreographers in the past few years these include: include: Katie Milroy, Ruth Mills, William Thorburn, Rajmund Nirewicz, Royston Maldoom, Imogene Newland, Kevin Finnan, Matthew Hawkins, Henri Oguike, Ian Spink, Janis Claxton, Ellen Bartel. She has danced professionally for companies including Aberdeen Dance Collective, Edinburgh Choreographic Project and Bright Night International. She has spent much of this summer working on and performing an outdoor show, Fragile, with Motionhouse.
Red and the Wolf 2015
Biography coming soon.
Morven wrote and acted all through her school and university life. She graduated with a BA (Hons) in Journalism in 2007, having specialised in documentary film-making. Morven worked on political films for ‘Feisty Productions’, and on
Morven wrote and acted all through her school and university life. She graduated with a BA (Hons) in Journalism in 2007, having specialised in documentary film-making. Morven worked on political films for ‘Feisty Productions’, and on some more light-hearted and character-driven pieces, such as ‘For The Love of Dog’ , about Edinburgh's longest-serving dog-groomer.
After graduation, Moven worked for independent production companies, Channel 4 and the BBC, mainly working in production and mentoring young people in the film-making process. Morven is passionate about making creative expression accessible, engaging and fulfilling. She loves to teach and facilitate, and has done this on many projects - currently training as a Forest School Leader, with a view to encouraging outdoor art practice with groups of children, as well as with more marginalised groups.
Morven co-founded Liminal Dance with Gemma Williams.
Morven Innes Williams
Julie graduated from the Northern School of Contemporary dance in 2007, gaining a BPA (hons) in Contemporary Dance. After graduating, Julie taught for 2Faced Dance Company and trained as a Level 2 Pilates instructor, whilst performing in small scale projects. Since 2009, Julie has been based in Edinburgh, Scotland. Here, she danced in Journey Dance Company for a year before suffering from an major injury that left her unable to dance for a couple of years. During this time, Julie began working with adults with autism and studying towards a degree in Psychology through the Open University (graduating in 2016). Her frustration with not being able to dance (or even walk at one point) led her to discover other forms of movement. Through workshops on Laban Movement Studies and Bartenieff Fundamentals, primarily with Peggy Hackney, Julie found other ways of moving and approaching dance, enabling a huge amount of self-rehabilitation. This led her to begin training as a Certified Movement Analyst through the Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies, New York. Julie began dancing professionally again in September 2012 and will graduate as a CMA in 2014. She hopes to help other dancers and non dancers with injury self-rehabilitate using a method that takes the psychological aspects of injury into account and aims at coping with the injury rather than 'fixing' it.
Since continuing her professional career in dance, Julie has danced with Gary Clarke, Slanjayvah Danza (Jenni Wren) and Arthur Pita (for the upcoming movie 'Sunshine on Leith'). Julie also teaches various adult classes, such as beginners contemporary, movement awareness, dance-fitness, beginners Pilates and creative dance for adults with additional support needs. She also teaches children's classes in street dance and creative dance and recently undertook training with Dance United in Social Inclusion Practice in Dance.
Dance Hunt, Aberdeen
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