Morgan barbour is a movement director, circus artist, and model with a split home base BETWEEN london and los angeles.
Her work has been produced throughout the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Republic of Ireland, France, Germany, and the Netherlands. She recently graduated with her MFA in Movement from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. She is a former lecturer at the Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film (University of Nebraska-Lincoln), a visiting special lecturer at Central St Martins, and a flying trapeze instructor at High Fly Trapeze. She has previously collaborated with Altspace VR in association with the collective moVR:s to research movement potentiality within a social VR platform. She is delighted to be partnering with Rude Horse Productions as movement director for their upcoming short Becoming Alive.
Barbour is also an activist and writer, speaking and writing often about issues surrounding women, the LGBT community, immigration, and sexual assault. Her work can be found in Huffington Post and The Journal.ie. In 2014 she co-wrote and produced By the Bi with American director Caroline Downs; in 2015 By the Bi was produced in four countries and was recognised by Amnesty International UK as a theatrical production contributing to the discussion of human rights. Barbour considers herself a feminist and is committed to fostering dialogue both within the entrainment and fashion industries and in her personal life that helps to promote safer environments and communities for all persons.