Eric Jackson Bradley’s work involves teaching, making, and performing within dance as well as realizing design through collage, costumes and flowers.  He has based himself in New York since 1987 and has studied at the University of Michigan, The Juilliard School (BFA 1991), and The University of Wisconsin (MFA degree in progress) and is currently teaching dancers and actors at Eugene Lang College at The New School.  He has danced with the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane dance company, Sarah Skaggs, Alexandra Beller, Stefanie Batten Bland-sbb/birdlegs, AMDAT, sens productions, Zvi Gotheiner, Rebecca Stenn Company and done special projects with David Dorfman and Susan Marshall. Last fall/winter(09/10) Eric appeared as Macbeth in the extended run of Sleep No More created by London’s PUNCHDRUNK produced by The American Repertory Theater.

Jackson Bradley’s  choreography has been shown at Dixon Place, Aaron Davis Hall, Danspace Project, DTW studio series, Joyce Soho, Baad!, Ailey Citigroup Theater, Alice Tully Hall, Joe’s Pub and was nominated for the dance magazine/acdfa award for best choreography in 2008.  His current dance in progress, lie down with underdogs,a duet with Leila Zimbel begins showing at various locations in New York in November.   Also creating works for theater he choreographed The Tempest (2009) at Abrons art center and Jose: The Making of an Artist (2009) a musical about the immigration and artistic journey of Jose Limon shown to thousands of NYC school children through Making Books Sing.  From the Fire is his second collaboration with Cecilia Rubino and he is honored to be working with her again and in the company of Elizabeth Swados, Bonnie Roche Bronfman, and Paula Finn on the endeavor of commemorating and celebrating the lives of the men and women of Triangle.