Wayne McGregor, CBE (born 12 March 1970) is a multi award-winning British choreographer and director. He is the Artistic Director of Studio Wayne McGregor and Resident Choreographer of The Royal Ballet. McGregor was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) 2011 for Services to Dance. Founded in 1993 (formerly known as Random Dance Company and Wayne McGregor | Random Dance), Studio Wayne McGregor encompasses McGregor's touring company of dancers, Company Wayne McGregor, which is also Resident Company at Sadler's Wells in London, and all of McGregor's creative work in dance, film, theatre, opera, fashion, technology, and TV. Studio Wayne McGregor also leads extensive learning and engagement projects nationally and internationally, artist development initiatives, and research and development work with science and technology partners. Significant large-scale engagement projects include 'Big Dance' in Trafalgar Square as part of the 2012 London Olympics, and 'LightLens' for Aarhus European City of Culture in 2017. Studio Wayne McGregor's building opened at Here East on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in March 2017. McGregor has made over 30 works for Company Wayne McGregor (celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2018), and over 15 works for The Royal Ballet. He also regularly creates new work for international companies including La Scala Theatre Ballet, Paris Opera Ballet, NDT1, Bayerisches Staatsballett Munich, American Ballet Theatre, San Francisco Ballet, Stuttgart Ballet, New York City Ballet, The Australian Ballet and the English National Ballet. McGregor also has works in the repertories of companies including Paris Opera Ballet, Bolshoi Ballet, Mariinsky Ballet, and Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. Notable works include Autobiography, Tree of Codes, Atomos, FAR, UNDANCE, Entity, (Company Wayne McGregor); Yugen, Multiverse, Obsidian Tear, Woolf Works, Raven Girl, Carbon Life, Tetractys: The Art of Fugue, Infra, Limen, Chroma, Qualia (The Royal Ballet); +/- Human (Company Wayne McGregor, The Royal Ballet, Random International); AfteRite (American Ballet Theatre); Sunyata (Bayerisches Staatsballett Munich); Alea Sands, Genus (Paris Opera Ballet); Kairos (Ballett Zurich); Borderlands (San Francisco Ballet); Outlier (New York City Ballet); Skindex, Renature (NDT1), Eden | Eden (Stuttgart Ballet), PreSentient (Rambert). He has worked on numerous feature films, music videos, in fashion and TV, including Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Movement Director), The Legend of Tarzan (Movement Director), Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (Movement Coach), Sing (Choreographer), Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (Choreographer), and Mary Queen of Scots (Choreographer and Movement Coach), Radiohead "Lotus Flower", Atoms for Peace "Ingenue", The Chemical Brothers featuring Beck "Wide Open" (Choreographer), ITV Brit Awards Paloma Faith performance 2015 and 2016 opening sequence, London and New York Fashion weeks with Gareth Pugh. He has directed opera (Dido and Aeneas, Acis and Galatea for La Scala/Royal Opera), and choreographed for theatre (productions at ENO, Old Vic, National Theatre and Royal Court). McGregor has collaborated with composers such as (Jlin, John Tavener, Mark-Anthony Turnage, Kaija Saariaho, Jon Hopkins, Max Richter, Joby Talbot/The White Stripes, Rokia Traore, Steve Reich, Jamie xx, Scanner), visual artists and designers (Lucy Carter, Edmund de Waal, Random International, Olafur Eliasson, Ben Cullen Williams, Mark Wallinger, Vicki Mortimer, Aitor Throup, Shirin Guild) filmmakers (Ravi Deepres, Ruth Hogben) and architects (We Not I, John Pawson), writers (Audrey Niffenegger, Uzma Hameed). Designed by architects We Not I, Studio Wayne McGregor's creative arts space for making, contains three large dance studios, meeting and collaboration spaces. It also features artwork installations by Tatsuo Miyajima and Haroon Mirza on loan from the Lisson Gallery in London, original artworks by We Not I based on Josef Albers' 'Structural Constellations' and 'Homages to the Square', and Anni Albers' Study for 'Camino Real', with permission from The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation.