Heather Laura Gray
Heather Laura Gray began her training at L’Ecole Superieur de Dance du Quebec, and trained independently in voice, acting and many other dance disciplines. She has performed on stage and screen as an actor, dancer and singer. Her journey has led her to produce, direct and choreograph stage shows as well as perform and choreograph for contemporary dance companies. She is currently dancing for Martha Carter and the response Dance Company (Amber Funk Barton). Heather was a collaborator in developing the modern dance syllabus for the Vancouver Junior Professional Division and enjoys adjudicating as well as teaching contemporary master classes across North America. Recently, Heather was a choreographer on the set of the Fox series “The Killing” and the new Canadian feature film “Random Acts of Romance” and 10 episodes of Tree House's "Bobs and Lolo". She was also the choreographer for Eco Fashion week's half hour presentation of Nicole Bridger Fall 2012 line where she combined contemporary dance with run way fashion at the Vogue Theatre. Her work has been shown at the Vancouver International Dance Festival, The Dance Centre (Vancouver) and Soundbites Festival in New York City. Heather is a member of ACTRA, UBCP, The Canadian Alliance of Dance Artists, The Dancer Transition Resource Centre.