Wayne McGregor — British Dancer born on December 30, 1970,

Wayne McGregor CBE is a British choreographer of contemporary modern dance. His work is known for its particular vocabulary of movement, for its integration of dance with film and visual art, and for its incorporation of computer technology and biological science. He is the Artistic Director of Wayne McGregor Random Dance, Resident Company at Sadler's Wells Theatre in London and the Resident Choreographer of The Royal Ballet, appointed 2006; He is Professor of Choreography at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance and holds an honorary doctor of science degree from Plymouth University. He was the government’s first Youth Dance Champion, appointed 2008. In 2004 McGregor was a Research Fellow in the Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Cambridge. His work continues to explore the relationship between movement and brain science... (wikipedia)

I like to practise. With every new piece, you make mistakes and you learn. So it's important to get on and have another go.
My influences change all the time; they have to remain current, because they're the things that capture your imagination and make you want to go into the studio.
If you put yourself in a place where you're having to work at understanding something, then you keep yourself awake to all possible choices. How the body will look like in the future, the ethics of the body: those are questions that really fascinate me. Let's get the dialogue going.
Choreography and creativity - it's my matrix; let's see where we can move.
Some people are fascinated by what they know, and some are fascinated by what they don't know. I'm just very interested in what's possible.