Danielle Ross is a Portland-based choreographer. She received her BFA in Dance and Performance Studies from University of California, Berkeley, where she was also the recipient of the Sara Huntsman Sturgess Memorial Prize for Outstanding Artistic Accomplishment in Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies. Since moving back to Portland, Ross has created her own dance and performance-based work. Most notably, she presented Make The Air Thick at Launch Pad Gallery in July, 2010 and Home/Body at Appendix Projects Space in December, 2010. Her work has been shown at the Richard Foreman Festival, and in March, 2011, she curated the twelfth installment of Performance Works Northwest’s Alembic Series. Her most recent work, To Remember Is To Jump Around There, will be presented in late 2011. Aside from creating her own work, Ross is currently dancing for Linda Austin and will perform in Zoe/Juniper’s upcoming installation at the Time Based Art Festival.