Creating Concepts Through Movement 

           Through JoiLynn Productions, JoiLynn produces and creates innovative dance based projects and collaborations for stage and film. Known as a a sort of “sci-fi” choreographer, she choreographs with a true fusion of a variety of techniques and music from punk rock and classical to hip-hop. She explores the provocative aspects of life using elements that cross borders combining elements of film, visual art, fashion, and even magic. Her work has been featured in projects such as “The Rainbow Project’ in Barbados, The Ladies Of Hip Hop Festival, DC Fringe Festival, Red Hook Water Front Festival, Joffrey Ballet School Professional Trainee program, Harlem Stage, for recording artists Sofi Green and Wunmi, for “The Shipment” a play by Young Jean Lee, at Sol Afrik: African Fashion Week in NYC, and “Michael and Michael have issues“ on Comedy Central..


1) ”Ordinary Day” - Signature stage piece performed here at the American Dance Guild Awards (Begin at 1:52). A piece that explores the thoughts of a woman whose life who completely changes by letting a man in. 





2) A quirky dance film exploring the play of dance, film, and pedestrian movement.














3) “The Mirror” - An excerpt from an evening length show exploring how we live as hypocrites in our everyday lives .