Justine Reeve has a BA (Hons) in Dance and Related Arts, PGCE (Post-16) and Post Graduate Diploma (PGDip) in Dance and Collaborative Arts. She has taught for over 22 years teaching across all age ranges as teacher, Head of Department, Director, choreographer and consultant (The BRIT School, BHASVIC, South Downs College). She has been devising and delivering CPD courses for teachers with Keynote Educational since 2005.
In the past Justine has been a standards verifier for Edexcel’s BTEC courses at both Level 2 and 3, an A Level Dance examiner and moderator and she was artistic director of West Sussex Youth Dance Company for over 10 years creating 10 original pieces of choreography on the company. Justine has been involved in delivering the satellite CAT scheme for The Place and training the new wave of Ballet Boyz to deliver workshops for schools.
As an animateur with Rambert Dance Company for over 10 years she has designed, choreographed and delivered workshops, residencies, performance pieces and INSET’s based on Rambert’s company repertoire.
Justine is an author and her book ‘Dance Improvisations’ was published by Human Kinetics in 2011, she has also contributed to the writing of specifications for a well-known exam board for over 7 years and has written various other dance resources and schemes.
In 2015 Justine became the Developer/Writer for London Curriculum Dance Module for Sadler’s Wells. Researching, developing, devising and writing the module theme and content in consultation with the Pan-London Dance Partnership steering group and the Greater London Authority Education team.
She currently runs her own dance theatre company called ‘Justine Reeve and Company’, a dance education company named ‘Puppik Dance’ and ‘Music for choreography’ a dance resource business. As a choreographer Justine was commissioned to create work for The Ignition Festival and has created work for The Brighton Festival.
She has shown choreographic work at ‘The Showroom’ in Chichester, Siobhan Davies Dance, ‘The Point’ in Eastleigh, The Nightingale Theatre, Brighton, ‘The Pavilion Theatre’ in The Brighton Festival, at Pavilion Dance South West, The Brighton Spielgletent, The Rose Theatre, Kingston and at ‘The Place’, London.