Tiffany Rhynard is an activist, filmmaker, choreographer, and teacher. Having created over 60 works for stage and screen, Rhynard’s choreography and films have been presented in venues nationwide including NYC, Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Atlanta, and internationally at Hotel Pupik in Austria and Ponderosa in Germany. Her dance for the camera pieces have screened at film/video festivals such as the Dance for the Camera Film and Video Festival in Salt Lake City and Dancing for the Camera at the American Dance Festival. Rhynard’s documentary films focus on issues of social justice; her documentary Little House in the Big House won best documentary at the Central Illinois Feminist Film Festival. A cross-disciplinary artist, Rhynard has collaborated with esteemed innovators including choreographer and performer Christal Brown, poet Karma Mayet Johnson, internationally renowned composer Lei Liang, and real-time digital media artist Marlon Barrios Solano. As a performer, Rhynard has danced for Gerri Houlihan, Tzveta Kassabova, Laura Dean Dancers and Musicians, and Chavasse Dance and Performance Group. She has taught dance for the camera and movement activism extensively at colleges, universities, and studios, and she travels frequently for master classes, workshops, and residencies.