Sarah-Vyne is an accomplished choreographer and dancer who has made a significant impact on the Australian dance scene. With a career as a dancer spanning two decades, Sarah-Vyne has worked on a wide range of projects and performances.
Some of her notable works include the Australian Paralympic Gala Awards held at The Hyatt Sydney in 2017, a season at The Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre with her original work 'Days Like These,' under her Artistic Directorship of Murmuration 2015-2019. And 'Are We There Yet,' commissioned by Sydney Festival First Night with the youMove Dance Company in 2012.
Sarah-Vyne had the privilege of being a part of the iconic opening and closing ceremonies of the Sydney Olympic Games in 2000. In the role of assistant choreographer, she contributed to the grand spectacle that captivated audiences worldwide. She continued in a similar role for Australia's Rugby World Cup ceremonies held at Telstra Stadium in 2003.
As a versatile artist, Sarah-Vyne has continuously honed her craft and expanded her practice. She has participated in various training programs and residencies, such as the Critical Path Residency and the Responsive Research Program, and completed an honors year at Macquarie University.
Known for her ability to connect with audiences through movement and storytelling, Sarah-Vyne has created immersive experiences through both live performances and music videos. Some of her notable credits include working with DirtyFeet at the Seymour Centre and ShopFront Theatre, YouMove Dance at Sydney Festival First Night and Campbelltown Arts Centre, and participating in the Short and Sweet National Tour. She has also presented studio sharings at Bankstown Arts Centre, Connect Studios, and Riverside Theatres, supported by FORM Dance Projects.
Sarah-Vyne has also made an impact on the screen as a movement director for music videos, working with indie sensations The Jezebels, The Griswolds, Reece Mastin, and Kayzel. Most recently, she has been involved in the SBS Doco-Series Perspective Shift.
Currently, Sarah-Vyne is an Associate Artist with DirtyFeet, where her passion shines through as she leads, facilitates, and choreographs inclusive dance projects. She also holds a Seasonal Artist role with the Sydney Opera House, where she runs creative arts programs with the Family, Children, and Creative Learning department in the Center for Creativity.
Sarah-Vyne's career as a choreographer and dancer has been marked by her dedication to her craft and her ability to engage and connect with diverse communities. Her contributions to the Australian dance sector have left a lasting impact.