Jordan James Bridge is a London based freelance choreographer and performer using the medium of dance for stage, film/TV & fashion.

Jordan has danced for Alexander Whitley Dance Company, Tavaziva Dance, Michael Clark Company and Company Wayne McGregor to where he is present.

Jordan has had the chance to be involved in many projects ranging from fashion, screen and stage alongside his touring work; +/- HUMAN at the Roundhouse in London in collaboration with The Royal Ballet. ‘This is Not a Show’, a collaboration between Nick Knight, Gareth Pugh. ‘Winged Bull in the Elephant Case’, a recorded performance for BBCTwo & BBCiPlayer. ‘SOMA’, a live performance for COS Stores at Pitti Uomo in Florence, Italy. ‘Living Archive’ - An AI Experiment working closely with Google Arts & Culture. English National Opera’s rendition of ‘Orpheus & Eurydice’. ‘Torus’, collaboration with Nick Knight & fashion designer Fredrik Tjaerandsen. ‘Next Steps’, menswear fashion for Esquire style by Catherine Hayward and shot by Ruth Ossai. More recently Jordan has been a dancer for Disney's 'The Marvels’, been involved with 'ABBA Voyage' and has walked for ‘Moschino’ for Katy Grand in Milan Fashion Week 2023. Choreographically, Jordan has been pushing and creating alongside his performing career, he has multiple film awards with his dance films ‘Us’, ‘Locked Down’ & ‘PARASITE’ under the categories ‘Best Choreography’ & ‘Best Dance Short’ in 2018, 2021 & 2023. Jordan is also an international teacher, providing Cunningham based technique and also his signature Guided Improvisation workshops / masterclasses. He has taught at The Royal Ballet School, Royal Danish Ballet Summer School, International Ballet Masterclass Verona and many more institutions companies and schools.

Jordan likes to have his work speak from a personal place. Nuances of interconnectivity, sexuality and rave culture drives his creative process, absorbing from own experience and leaning in with an abstract approach to both movement and stylistic decisions which fundamentally ground the work.