Jesse Obremski (he/him) joined Gibney Company in 2018 as a Guest Artist and became an Artistic Associate in 2019. He joined the Lar Lubovitch Dance Company at the age of 19 and has since then worked with Helen Simoneau Dance, Peter Stathas Dance, WHITE WAVE, Kate Weare Company, Brian Brooks Moving Company, and The Limón Dance Company (soloist and principal) among others. He is a sought-after educator and speaker, and has restaged José Limón’s work at MOVE|NYC|, The University of Wyoming, and has assisted Limón restagings at The Juilliard School (2015-2018). Obremski is the movement director and choreographer for the musical duo, The Sound of Aja, and a collaborator with The BringAbout. He is the recipient of the Asian American Arts Alliance’s 2016 Jadin Wong Award, is an Eagle Scout Rank recipient, has been mentioned in the NY Times, NY1, and was named Dance Magazine’s March 2019 Dancer “On The Rise”. From 202-2023, Obremski was the Associate Executive Director of Earl Mosley’s Diversity of Dance (EMDOD) after serving on its Board for four years. In 2018, he founded Obremski/Works, which has been presented internationally with an emphasis on dance films and AAPI Support Fellowships. Obremski’s choreographic works have been presented across the United States, Canada, Czech Republic, Turkey, Germany, Japan, China, and Malaysia by Gibney Company, Buglisi Dance Theatre, Brigham Young University, EMDOD, and Obremski/Works, among others. For his Gibney Moving Toward Justice Fellowship project, Obremski founded OUR PATHS, which cultivates greater communal empathy through podcasts, video interviews, written articles, festivals, and workshops. A native of New York City, Obremski began his studies at The Ailey School, studied at Jacob’s Pillow and Springboard Danse Montreal, and is a graduate of The Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School and The Juilliard School.