Brenna Metzmeier (she/her) is a dance artist, choreographer and teacher. She is originally from Terrace BC, but she completed her formal training at the Victoria Academy of Ballet, receiving a diploma in 2016. She has had the opportunity to work with Ballet Etoile, Arts Umbrella’s Performance Research Project, Sawdust Collective, Pi Theatre, Inverso Productions, and Vision Impure, Brenna received a residency at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity in 2017; where she performed ‘Noetic’ Choreographed by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui and Göteborgs Opearans Danskompani. Brenna is also a founding member of CAMP and plays the role of dancer and choreographer within the collective. Since January 2020 CAMP has been selected for multiple residencies including, The Dance Centre’s 12 Minutes Max, Mascall Dance and Dance Victoria.
Eowynn Enquist (she/her) is a dance maker/performer who lives and works on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territories of the xwməθkwəy̓əm, Skwxwú7mesh, and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh nations. Eowynn’s formative dance training began at Simon Fraser University (2014 - 2018), where she was awarded the Amir Algahnand Award in Contemporary Arts. As an dance artist in Vancouver, Eowynn has the opportunity to work with dance companies and independent choreographers such as: Wen Wei Dance, Action at a Distance, Vision Impure Compagnie, Mascall Dance, Kinesis Dance Somatheatro, Mahaila Paterson-O’Brien, Anya Saugstad, and Kelly Hobson (Victoria, BC). Eowynn has worked on projects with: Justine A.Chambers, Susan Elliott, Raïna Von Waldenburg, Idan Cohen, Out Innerspace Dance Theatre, Rachel Meyers, the response., Body Narratives Collective, and Angel Mousseau (Victoria, BC). Eowynn is a founding member of CAMP and plays the role of a dancer and choreographer within the collective.
Isak Enquist (he/him) is a dance artist living on unceded Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh, Skwxwú7mesh, and xʷməθkwəy̓əm Nations. Raised in the Kootenays/Ktunaxa of Canada, Isak began formal training in Shotokan Karate. He began dance education at Simon Fraser University before enrolling with the Modus Operandi Contemporary Training Program. As an emerging dance artist, Isak has performed with Out Innerspace Dance Theatre, Compagnie Vision Impure, the response., Mascall Dance, Shay Kuebler Radical System Art. He is also a founding member of CAMP, contributing as a dancer and choreographer on various projects. Touring with these companies have included performances across Canada, USA, Europe and Israel.
Born and raised in White Rock, BC, Sarah Formosa (she/her) trained at the Alonzo King LINES Ballet Training where she graduated in 2016. As an independent artist, Sarah has had the opportunity to work with Company Joe Ink, Joshua Beamish/The Vancouver Opera, the response. Dance Company, TWObigsteps Collective, Vision Impure, WAREhaus Dance Collective, FakeKnot, Raven Spirit Dance Company, Wen Wei Dance, Action at a Distance and many more. Sarah is a founding member of CAMP and plays the role of a dancer and choreographer within the collective. Her individual work as a choreographer has been presented by Small Stage and OFF Dancing on the Edge Festival. Sarah currently performs with The Smoke Show by Jen Oleksiuk and some of her TV and Film Credits include Disney, Netflix, Nickelodeon, LifeTime and Freeform.
Ted Littlemore (he/him) is a Musician, Dance Artist, and one of Vancouver’s most celebrated Drag Performers.
After graduating from McGill University with a B.A. in Psychology, and a double minor in Music Theory and Economics, Ted shifted his studies to the field of dance, studying in Vancouver, B.C., New York City, Shanghai, London, and Berlin. He graduated from Modus Operandi Contemporary Dance Training Program in June 2018, and has continued his training in various intensives and workshops, including Arts Umbrella, Gaga Intensives, and Springboard Danse Montréal.
Since graduating, Ted has collaborated and performed with Action at a Distance, Compagnie Vision Impure, FakeKnot, Joshua Beamish/MOVE THE COMPANY, Kate Franklin, Kinesis Dance Somatheatro, Ne.Sans Dance Company, Tara Cheyenne Performance, and the Vancouver Opera. Ted is also a founding member, choreographer, and dancer in the collective CAMP.
In addition to his work with other companies, Ted also teaches and choreographs for studios and professional training institutions across the Lower Mainland, often fusing contemporary dance with his accompanying career in drag. Ted started drag in 2013 to explore the intersection of his musical, theatrical, and dance backgrounds. Performing as Mila Dramatic, he (/she!) took the title of Vancouver’s Next Drag Superstar in 2016, and now performs frequently at local drag venues. Through drag, he has also begun to hone his skills as a stylist, with a particular interest in reimagining found materials to create avant-garde, conceptual looks. You can follow Ted/Mila at @MilaDramatic on Instagram, or at tedlittlemore.com.