Aaron Sillis

Aaron Sillis has created movement for music videos, live performances, advertising campaigns and high fashion magazine editorials worldwide.  H&M enlisted Aaron to choreograph in 5 different countries for their World Recycle Week campaign featuring M.I.A.  His talents working in the fashion industry led to creating a visual dance party in Paris for Vogue magazine and directing movement for Kristen Stewart in Daniel Askill's Chanel advert.  Aaron has also worked with fashion heavy hitters like, Hermes, Lacoste, Calvin Klein, Paul Smith, Issey Miyake and Nike to name a few.

Sillis was a contemporary dance soloist before he began his lucrative career as a choreographer.  He was working for Kylie Minogue and hired the unknown FKA Twigs as her background dancer.  This discovery began their relationship and led Twigs to become the most talked about artist.  Twigs suggested Aaron for the Matthew Stone directed "Everything Is Possible" film.  In 2016, Aaron's work on FKA TWIGS "M3LL155X" video earned him a MTV VMA nomination for Best Choreography.  He has collaborated with Twigs on numerous videos, "Two Weeks," Pendulum," "Tw-ache" and " Wet Wipez: In the Zone."  Aaron choreographed Twigs "Soundtrack 7" film and installation at the Manchester International Festival,  as well as her television appearances on "The Brits Are Coming" and the MOBO Awards.  Aaron has worked with other artists such as Laura Mvula, Kylie Minogue, George Michael, Sir Paul McCartney, Jungle, The Last Shadow Puppets and Zayn Malik.

Evening standard included Aaron in "The Progress 1000:London's Most Influential People" list in 2015 & 2016.  He also won the Times/Southbank Breakthrough Award in 2012.  Aaron currently resides in London