Wayne McGregor was appointed resident choreographer of The Royal Ballet in 2006 becoming the first contemporary choreographer to hold the past. His many works for The Royal Ballet include: 'Chroma' (2006), 'Limen' (2009), 'Raven Girl' (2013) and 'Woolf Works' (2015). He also directed and choreographed 'Dido' in 2009 for The Royal Ballet and The Royal Opera. A multiple award winner, McGregor's work appears in the repertoire of leading international ballet companies and he has created new works for numerous ballet companies. In 1992, McGregor founded Wayne McGregor/Random Dance. Random Dance is now a resident company of Sadlers Wells. His interest in cross discipline collaboration, has seen him work across dance, film, music, visual art, technology and science. He has directed movement for theatre and film including Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire and music videos including the Grammy nominated 'Lotus Flower' by RadioHead.