Emily studied dance at the University of Roehampton, Emily was also was part of National Youth Dance Wales Company 2014 and 2015, performed at Sadler's Wells as part of Apex Rising 15, part of Siobhan Davies Next Choreography 14/15, Rambert's youth company Quicksilver 2014, CoDa youth dance company 2013/14, and was part of Siobhan Davies Connect and Grow performance at Garden Museum London. Worked with Kerry Nicholls, Neil Fleming Brown, Joseph Toonga, Richard Alston Company, Theo Clinkard, Odette Hughes (Random Dance) and Luke Rigg. She has worked with Dillon Dance on 'That's not how he want's it', 'We Stand Alone Together' and our short dance film 'Day'.
Maisie is currently studying Dance at the University of Roehampton and has worked with Dillon Dance since early this year on a restaging of ‘We stand alone together’ (2012). Maisie has also worked with Alyx Steele and TJ Lowe respectively. Maisie is also part of the Next Choreography program at the Siobhan Davies studios and was also the Artistic Director of Third Row undergrauate performance company based at Roehampton 2016/17. Maisie joined Dillon Dance in 2015, performing in 'That's not how he wants it' and delivers for Dillon Dance Ed as a workshop leader.
Emily attended the CAT scheme at London Contemporary Dance School until she was 18. She went on to join The University of Chichester, studying Contemporary and Ballet technique. She also trained at York University in Toronto, Canada. She has training in Ballet and Graham technique. Emily has toured the South of England with 3Fall Dance Company, working with Stuart Waters, Detta Howe and Ceyda Tanc Dance. Emily joined Dillon Dance in 2015, performing in 'That's not how he wants it' and 'We Stand Alone Together'.