Thomas Gundry Greenfield is an Australia-based Contemporary Dancer and Physical Performer, creating and performing works for the street, club, tent, screen and stage. Thomas worked with Bangarra Dance Theatre as a Guest Artist, embracing the role of William Dawes for the production of Patyegarang (2014).
Coming from a sports-dominated background, Thomas’s foundation in dance and performance was in krump, breakdance and hip hop culture. Now, Thomas has expanded his practice to include contemporary dance, ballet, cabaret, circus, roving street performance, puppetry, acrobatics, yoga, film and television, opera and physical theatre.
As a Performer and Creator, Thomas offers and develops raw, unique, physically powerful material. Thomas has worked with many performing arts companies and creatives including Australian Dance Theatre, Opera Australia, Slack Taxi, Circus Oz, Shaun Parker and Company, Expressions Dance Company, Kage, Dancenorth, Akram Khan, Antony Hamilton Projects, Byron Perry, Michael Kantor, Lucas Jervies, Elie Tass, Ross McCormack, Rob Tannion, and Briefs, and has also lectured and choreographed at Adelaide College of the Arts.
Thomas endeavours to challenge himself and his art form, engaging in progressive collaborations and opportunities to create innovative and transformative physically-driven works.