Lisa Eaton is a choreographer, movement coach who relentlessly pursues organic movement to bridge a connection between the performer and audience. Drawing from a diverse range of styles Eaton delivers the kinetic bond that ties the two together.
She is best known for her work across multiple platforms from Luke Bryant’s Knockin’ Boots, Maroon 5, Girls Like You, Moves Like Jagger, John Mayer’s Still Feel Like Your Man, iconic Depeche Mode’s Where’s the Revolution,alternative genius R&B artist R. H. Y. E. for his video Please, to her work for Cannes nominated director Noam Murro, to her many commercial clients, to live installations of her choreography in dance concerts and commercially in Las Vegas.
Her movement coaching includes Madonna, Gal Gadot, Jennifer Lopez, Ellen Degeneres, Millie Bobbi Brown, Aly Raisman, Mary J Blige, Elizabeth Banks, Sarah Silverman, Tiï¬€any Haddish, Beanie Feldstein, Ms Piggy and many more.
Additionally she has worked with artists like Miley Cyrus, Zoey Deschanel for She + Him, Queens of the Stone Age, Leon Bridges, Pussy Riot, G.E.M., EchoSmith, Bleachers, and Rammstein.
She has co-created an immersive theater experience Rouge Follies at the Vanities which is currently in development.
Her commercial clients include: Target, Dior, Stoli, McDonald’s, Snickers, Southwest Airlines, Honda, Samsung, Evian, L’Oreal, Garner, Pistachio’s, Samsung, TOMS,Zara, 7 For All Mankind, HP, Smirnoï¬€, Barnes and Noble, Boux Avenue, Johnnie Walker, the MS Society, Chrysler.
Lisa Eaton graduated from Loyola Marymount University and The Edge Performing Arts Center.
As a dancer, Eaton has worked with David Fincher, David Lynch, Ryan Gosling, Cate Blanchett, The Coen Brothers, Cameron Crowe, Sam Bayer, Spike Jones, Ruben Fleischer, Bette Midler, Justin Timberlake, Katy Perry, Marilyn Manson, Depeche Mode, Enrique Iglesias, Josh Groban, and Jane’s Addiction. Her TV credits include GLEE, the L Word, the Academy Awards, MTV Awards, Country Music Awards, AMA’s, Grammy’s, Victoria Secret Fashion Show & was one of the innovators behind Forty- Deuce Hollywood. She was also a company member of Kitty McNamee’s Hysterica Dance Company from 1999-2002 and performed with the company at the Ford Theatre Los Angeles, White Oak NY, and other venues.
“Choreography ranges in style from old MGM musicals to Fifties burlesque and Sixties go-go to modern dance. The only constant is talent and a steady stream of seductiveness” PFC, James Tuttle 10/15/2012