Ivy Baldwin is a choreographer, performer, and director living in Brooklyn, NY. In 1999 she founded Ivy Baldwin Dance,and since then her work has been presented by many theaters, including Dance Theater Workshop, Tanz im August in Berlin, Germany, Lincoln Center Out of Doors, Dixon Place, Danspace Project, The Painted Bride/Philadelphia Fringe Festival, Williamsburg Art neXus, Movement Research at Judson Church, La MaMa, ETC. and Symphony Space's Peter Jay Sharp and Leonard Nemoy Thalia Theaters. Ms. Baldwin is a recipient of grants from the Puffin Foundation ('99 & '01), the Mary Duke Biddle Foundation ('99 & '06), and the Karen and William Tell Foundation ('07 & '08). She has been supported by numerous creative residencies' including The Yard's Bessie Schönberg Residency, a Sugar Salon residency, and annual residencies at Dragon's Egg since 2004. Ms. Baldwin has received a Bessie Schönberg/First Light Commission from DTW, a DNA Presents commission from Dance New Amsterdam, two Mondo Cane! commissions from Dixon Place, and four commissions for original student work from Barnard College, Iowa State University, North Carolina School of the Arts, and NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. Ms. Baldwin is a featured choreographer in the 2007 educational DVD series "Downtown Dance - New York" produced by Insight Media with Barnard College and Elizabeth Zimmer. In addition to performing in her own work, she has also enjoyed performing with Melissa Chris, Impetuous Theater Group, and Melissa Briggs among others. Ivy is a graduate of the North Carolina School of the Arts and NYU's Tisch School of the Arts.