Kendra Epik (she/her) is a Toronto-based multidisciplinary artist. Currently, Kendra works independently as a dancer, film maker, photographer and musician. Her training in dance began at the Canadian Contemporary Dance Theatre in Toronto, Canada. Kendra continued her dance studies at Point Park University in Pittsburgh, PA graduating with honours in 2016.
Shortly after graduating Kendra began to further develop her love for filmmaking and photography. She is working as a freelance movement and portrait photographer in Toronto and continuously works towards producing films though the support of local commissions as well as independently. Most recently Kendra presented her film “Sunglow Gecko”, youth digital innovation winner, commissioned by Form Festival. She has presented her choreographic work with Canadian Stage for Dance Made in Canada’s D:mic/fac, Performed and choreographed for TOESFORDANCE’s Common ground Dance Festival, and Aeris Körper’s Prospects. Kendra has performed with Human Body Expressions, under the direction of Hanna Kiel, for her work Again premiering on film in February 2021, as well as, live and on film in 2022. Kendra has worked with Toronto based choreographers Martha Hart, Raine Kearns, Halflight Dance Project, Eilish Shin-Culhane, among others. She took part in Re:research (Adelheid, Heidi Strauss) in 2019, and 2021 with Jesse Garon and Nico Al Ajillo. While emerging into her professional course, Kendra is looking forward to continuing on with her creative growth and aims to challenge her potential and execute her work with integrity and authenticity.
While emerging into her professional course, Kendra is looking forward to continuing on with her creative growth and aims to challenge her potential and execute her work with integrity and authenticity.