Born in South Africa, Corrine’s distinguished career at Ballet Rambert preceded her role as founder member, choreographer, teacher, performer, and Associate Director of Extemporary Dance Theatre. Corrine went on to be founder of Union Dance, emphasising cultural diversity in the arts with digital. Awarded the first Arts Council England bursary for an Artistic Director of Dance, Corrine was also a recipient of the Winston Churchill Fellowship; the first British choreographer to research contemporary dance in Cuba.

Corrine has used a dance with digital approach to choreograph many Union Dance productions. These include a commission for The Henley Festival of Music and The Arts, and recently at the British Museum, a programme celebrating Nelson Mandela’s Birthday. She is also honoured as one of the UK’s successful women for The Nelson Mandela Children’s Foundation.

Having completed an MA in Design, Corrine taught at Central St Martins as a senior lecturer in MA Design. For eight years she also lectured on BA Contextual Arts Studies for the University of East London, BA Professional Dance and Musical Theatre at The Urdang Academy, and has given conference papers internationally, including Miami, USA, Shanghai, China and at Bologna University, Italy.

Corrine produces Union Dance’s educational programme, also the past 26 international dance digital touring productions. Having trained in drama and performance, she also produced Nino’s Dimension, a short dance drama video, shown at The BFI, The South Bank.

In 2019, she was Creative Director and choreographer of People Power Passion, performed to a 2000-strong audience. She also produces Union:Sound, a platform for emerging artists in London.

In 2020/21, she produced the BTS South Korean dance commission at Kingston University, alongside Stormzy choreographers and dancers in partnership with Westminster Adult Education Services.