Invertigo Dance Theatre’s Creative Engagement Director, K. Bradford & Lead Artist of Walk the Walk, talks to Resident Company Dancer, Cody Brunelle-Potter. Walk the Walk is a one-day workshop for trans, intersex, nonbinary, genderqueer, and gender non conforming community on March 31st. Please follow us on Instagram at @invertigodance or by clicking here!
Announcing Cody Brunelle-Potter, Resident Company Dancer for Walk the Walk!
Fabulous and flight-footed, sharp and tender-hearted, Cody will bring their spirited dance to Walk the Walk on March 31st. Get ready for some kinetic, bone-deep embodied choreographic play to our collaborative exploration of our daily walks as trans/nb/gnc/gq/intersex folx.
Cody Brunelle-Potter Bio
Cody is a non-binary dance artist currently performing and creating in Los Angeles. They began their dance and performance career in NYC, where they were a dancer and Assistant Director for In-Sight Dance Company, a nonprofit service organization based in Queens. Since moving to Los Angeles, they have had the pleasure of working with many local companies and choreographers in the concert dance world which include Invertigo Dance Theater, WhyteBerg, Mollie Wolf, Luke Zender, Heidi Duckler, Iris Company, Acts of Matter, FABE and Rosanna Gamson World Wide.
They have also worked in the commercial dance world with Teresa (Toogie) Barcelo, William Ylvisaker, Ashley (ROBI) Robicheaux, Matty Peacock and Amy O’Neal. They have performed in work for artists like Reggie Watts, Billie Eilish, FYOHNA, Ben De La Creme, Jinx Monsoon and more.
Cody’s personal work explores the boundaries of being wild and delicate while balancing the honesty of the emotional impetus for each movement. They are interested fiber sculpture as well and are working to incorporate moving fibers sculptures into their work. They have partnered with Fiber Artist Mimi Haddon on many occasions and lead workshops in using fiber sculpture partnered with movement to explore how we can understand ourselves better as emotional beings through the putting on and use of costume.