Bee Pallomina is a dancer whose multi-faceted practice explores movement in diverse arenas. Born and raised in Toronto, she graduated from the School of Toronto Dance Theatre, and has performed for a number of independent choreographers and dance companies. Long-term collaborative relationships include Dancetheatre David Earle (since 1998) and Ame Henderson/Public Recordings (since 2008).
She has also appeared in several short dance films by filmmakers Magali Charrier, Michael Downing, John Lauener, John Oswald and Karen Kaeja. Ongoing collaborations include performative-installation with multi-media artist Lee Henderson and Saskatchewan dance-artist Johanna Bundon.
Bee also choreographs, improvises, and teaches Moksha yoga, contemporary dance and somatic practice. Bee is a certified Open Source Forms teacher and is currently completing an MFA in Choreography at York University.