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Claire Kendall

Founder & Director

She/Her/Hers

Claire is a Colorado-based dancer, choreographer, outdoor enthusiast, teacher, student, advocate, and environmental artist.

In 2016, Claire was introduced to the world of Environmental Art while enrolled in the The Institute for Visual Environmental Communication: Merging Art, GIS, and Climate Science in the Colorado Rockies course at Colorado College. Three years later, after creating multiple Environmental Art projects with a variety of collaborators, she established Alpine Artist Collective (then, Claire Kendall Creative Projects) as a platform for her to continue exploring how she can combine her passions for dance and for nature. 

In addition to her creative endeavors, she currently works as an Outdoor Project Director for Public Lands Solutions, where she advocates for public lands and energy policy and helps communities transition away from extractive industries by building their recreation economy.

Check out her Instagram.

Past & Present Collaborators

Ross Freeman

He/Him/His

Born in Kent, WA, Ross trained with the help of constant scholarship under Kevin Kaiser at Evergreen City Ballet, Michael Owen at Walnut Hill School for the Arts, and Jory Hancock and Melissa Lowe at the University of Arizona, where he graduated Summa Cum Laude with a B.F.A. in dance and a B.A. in linguistics. Ross is currently a company dancer with Boulder Ballet and is always excited to collaborate with Alpine Artist Collective.

New American Gothic 2021
Requiem for a River 2022
Bristlecone Project 2022

Anhthi “Maria” Lindsey

She/Her/Hers

Anhthi “Maria” Lindsey dances for Hannah Kahn Dance Company and teaches at La Roche Academy of Dance (Castle Rock, CO).  

Requiem for a River 2022
New American Gothic 2021

Check her out on Instagram

Brandon Welsh

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Brandon Welch is a mover, teaching artist and creator with a passion for unleashing movement as a catalyst for social change.

Requiem for a River 2022
Bristlecone Project 2022
New American Gothic 2021

Katt Lott

She/Her/Hers

Katarina Lott is a dance artist, performance-art maker and educator. She is a proud founder/member of Guilty Pleasures Cabaret, a NY-based female-owned/operated cabaret company. As a choreographer/performer, Katarina has shown her solo work in various NYC venues and is excited to now be creating work in Colorado as an MFA candidate.

New American Gothic 2021
Requiem for a River 2022
Bristlecone Project 2022

Kate Gomez Moore

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Kate Gomez Moore’s first art language is dance, which she uses to move, create, and connect. Kate is currently working on her Masters of Fine Arts in Dance at CU Boulder. 

New American Gothic 2021
Requiem for a River 2022
CKCP Admin 2021
Bristlecone Project 2022

Katie Wiegman

She/Her/Hers

Katie is a Dancer, Pilates instructor, and weiner dog mom. She has danced for Cleo Parker Robinson, Nosilla Dance Project, and RLM dance company since moving to Colorado and performs her own choreography all around Denver. She loves to read, paint, and make puppets out of inanimate objects.

Bristlecone Project 2022
Requiem for a River2022
New American Gothic (Puppeteering) 2021
National Water Dance 2020

Check her out on Instagram

Kingdom Jasmine

Kingdom Jasmine is a Boulder-based folk/rock band featuring Bob Barrick (he/him/his).

National Water Dance 2020
Bristlecone Project 2022
New American Gothic 2021

Check them out on their website.

Veronica Goldberg

She/Her/Hers

Updated bio coming soon!

Project Finite 2020
New American Gothic 2021
Bristlecone Project 2022
Requiem for a River 2022
National Water Dance 2020

Check her out on Instagram

Past Collaborators

Lexi Evans

She/Her/Hers

Lexi grew up dancing at Pittsburgh Youth Ballet and finished her training at the School of Oregon Ballet Theater. She went on to dance professionally for the Israel Ballet, Sarasota Ballet, Suzanne Farrell Ballet, and Boulder Ballet. She truly understands the power of a photographer to highlight a dancer’s best qualities or their worst, so she made it her mission to make every dancer she photographs look and feel their best! Her childhood ballet classmate, Katie Ging, trained her in photography in 2016 and continues to be her mentor.

Bristlecone Project 2022
National Water Dance 2020

See her photos on Instagram

Dillon Hinchliffe

He/Him/His

Dillon Hinchliffe has relocated from New York to Colorado, and most recently to Japan to make films for businesses and creatives. He also loves learning Japanese, playing guitar, and running up hills (now mountains).

Project Finite 2020

Check him out on Vimeo and Instagram

Haley Andrews

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Haley with her adorable pupper, Lola! Haley is now the director of Andrews Movement Project and is dancing on the East Coast.

Project Finite 2020
National Water Dance 2020

Check her out on Instagram

Jamie Schuler

She/Her/Hers

Jamie dances with 3rd Law Dance/Theater, teaches modern and ballet styles at Colorado Conservatory of Dance, fits pointe shoes at Boulder Body Wear, and is a certified Gyrotonic® and Gyrokinesis® instructor. She has also helped design this website!

Project Finite 2020
CKCP Website Design 2020

Check out her Website and Instagram

Jared Silbernagel

He/Him/His

Jared wears a lot of hats, both figuratively and literally. He is a musician and a machinist, making miscellaneous metal parts by day and playing the French Horn at night. However, you may have also seen him also as dancer in Project Finite!

Project Finite 2020
New American Gothic (Admin) 2021

Check him out on Instagram

Molly Silbernagel

She/Her/Hers

Molly is a digital marketing professional with a fine arts background. When she’s not at work, Molly is an amateur Muay Thai fighter and owns a bookbinding business called LeMieux Books.

CKCP Logo + Graphic Design 2020

Patrick Blaisure

He/Him/His

Patrick currently lives and dances in NYC!

Project Finite 2020
Bristlecone Project (Coming 2022)

Check him out on Instagram

Victoria Stone

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[On the Left] Growing up in the foothills of Colorado, Victoria followed her aspiration of dance and earned her BFA from Colorado Mesa University. Before graduating, she had the pleasure of working with choreographers such as Ann Sanders, Melonie Buchanan Murray, Megan Glynn Zollinger and many more. She currently works numerous jobs as well as dances for Evolving Doors Dance and other project driven collectives. Victoria’s passion of studio art along with studying American Sign Language fuels her motto of ‘never stop learning’. She believes art can lead you on a journey of happiness, connectivity and community, so ‘won’t you be my neighbor’?

Bristlecone Project 2022


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