Anabelle Scarborough is a movement artist, choreographer and visual artist with a specialization in photography and film based in Brooklyn, NY. She works within the fashion, music, and performing arts industries. She holds a BA in Media and Journalism with an Advertising and Public Relations focus from the Hussman School of Journalism and Media and a minor in Studio Art at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. During her time in school, she worked on multimedia creative projects with clients such as Chanel, Puma, and Nike. Anabelle trained at the Martha Graham School during the fall of 2021 and danced and trained with Threehouse Studios: TRAIN under the direction of Courtney OM from 2020-2022. She has a background in dance performance, having previously trained at the Rockettes Summer Intensive in 2016 and UNCSA Contemporary Dance Intensive in 2017. She has also performed in Duke University’s November Dances in 2019 and with Modern Extension and C-Style Dance Company at UNC. Anabelle, along with her sister Rainey have co-created and presented their own choreography in the UNC performance studies department, as well as participated in work that was shown at the 2022 American Dance Festival student showcase. They recently premiered new work at Shadowbox Studios in Durham, NC and are artists in residence with Dev Dance Theatre out of Ojai, California. She has also studied at The American Dance Festival and the Lorenzo de' Medici Institute. She enjoys merging genres, pushing boundaries and exploring mediums.