Jamiel Laurence is a Creative Director, Choreographer, and Award-Winning Filmmaker, based in the U.K.

"Laurence is a dancer (former soloist with Scottish Ballet), choreographer and filmmaker and although he could be nominated in either of the latter categories, he is listed in my “Rising Stars” for his entrepreneurial credentials, having launched BALLET NIGHTS in October.  Not only did Laurence and his team put together an excellent mix of classical music and dance (both classical and contemporary) in a remarkably modern format but he also introduced a new London venue with the massive stage of the Lantern Studio Theatre in London Docklands.  Let’s hope it is the first of many such events."
Graham Watts,  BalletMagazine.ro

Latest...

  • 04/06/22 Rubicon Dance Company will dance Jamiel Laurence's Snowflakes at the Platinum Jubilee celebrations at Cardiff Castle as part of Live Under The Stars alongside Aled Jones, Bonnie Tyler, and the Welsh Pops Orchestra - TICKETS

  • 14/04/22 - TO THE SEA has recieved a selection for the Dublin Smartphone Film Festival, and has further more been selected to be screened at the Irish Film Institute, Dublin.

  • 29/03/22 - Creation has begun on a new work for  Rubicon Dance Company's TRIPLE BILL. Inspired by the father of expansive sci-fi lore culture - Frank Herbert - the work will feature a new composition from Scotland-based composer Sonia Killmann alongside exciting design by Wales's own Rhiannon Matthews. The new work will sit alongside 2 other world premieres from Anna Watkins and Marcus Willis and be performed at home in Wales, tour to London and with more locations to be announced later this year.

  • 07/03/22 -"Nutcracker Bach" created for schools, is a uniquely adapted version of Jamiel Laurence's "The Nutcracker" for Rubicon Dance Company is now being toured to schools across Wales, featuring workshops provided by the renowned education team at Rubicon Dance.

  • 18/02/22. - "28:1" commissioned by OneDanceUK & BBC Arts for #Dancepassion2022 - choreographed by long-term collaborator Constant Vigier and edited by Jamiel Laurence premieres on  BBC 4 and is now available on BBC Streaming Platforms: WATCH​​​

"Jamiel's work uniquely and brilliantly blends filmmaking and dance. It's what we point to when we say, 'this is what mobile filmmaking can achieve.'"
Shawn Connelly, Chief Branding Officer, Moondog Labs