Originally from Monterrey, México. Her studies and career as a dancer informed her understanding on how to handle the production and managing of dance companies. She has collaborated as a performer, stage manager, production/tour manager and assistant to Artistic Directors with different national and international artists in multidisciplinary projects. She served as Artist & Event Services Manager at Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival for five years, focusing on arranging all artistic and administrative logistics, and the many other facets of this 10-week Internationally renowned dance festival. She is happy to have joined the BODYTRAFFIC family in 2013.
Started dancing at the International School of Dance of Carmen Roche Scaena in Madrid on a scholarship sponsored by the Ministerio de Cultura de Madrid. Guzmán danced with Ballet Joven de Carmen Roche until 1999, when he was offered a scholarship to attend the School of American Ballet (SAB). After his time at SAB, Edward Villella invited him to dance with Miami City Ballet. From 2002 to 2007, Guzmán danced with Companhia Portuguesa de Bailado Contemporaneo. In 2007, with André Mesquita and Teresa Alves da Silva, Guzmán co-founded a cultural platform, Tok’Art. He has performed extensively as a guest artist throughout Europe. He teaches ballet, yoga, and movement workshops. Guzmán is currently BODYTRAFFIC’s resident filmmaker and has won awards for his film work. Guzman joined BODYTRAFFIC in 2012.
Grew up in Sun Valley, Idaho, and now lives in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. He is a member of United Scenic Artists Local 829 and an honors graduate of Wesleyan University. He was the resident designer for Battleworks (2001–2010) and lit Robert Battle’s Juba, In/Side, Takademe, The Hunt and Strange Humors for Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. He designed Stephen Petronio’s Tragic Love, for Ballet de Lorraine at the Montpelier Festival. Since 2005, he has been the resident designer for Keigwin + Company. His work is in the repertories of Sweden’s NorrDans and Holland’s Introdans. He has also lit the work of Camille A. Brown (Mr. Tol E. Rance, City of Rain, Good & Grown), and Brian Brooks (Again Again). He frequently collaborates with Broadway star André de Shields, for whom he lit the Louis Armstrong musical Ambassador Satch, and designed scenery and lighting for de Shields’ production of Ain’t Misbehavin’. He also designed scenery and lighting for Apollo Club Harlem, directed by Maurice Hines. Wilmore leads the production team and serves as Associate Producer for FOCUS Dance and Gotham Dance Festival presentations in venues across New York City.