Marnie is an independent dancer and has performed extensively nationally and internationally. She has worked for Branch Nebula, Shaun Parker & Company, Chunky Move (Gideon Obarzanek), Force Majeure, Philip Channells, Marrugeku, Antony Hamilton, Narelle Benjamin, Martin Del Amo, Kristina Chan, Sydney Theatre Company, Nigel Jamison, Garry Stewart, Jason Pitt, Bernadette Walong, Dean Walsh and Liz Lea.
Marnie’s choreographic credits include works for Tasdance, Sydney Festival First Night, Pulse8 Youth Dance, Big W and Oral B commercials, ABC 2’s Giggle and Hoot, Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards, QL2 Centre for Youth Dance, Ever After Theatre Company, Ev & Bow, Synergy Percussion, Catapult Flipside Dance, Tissue Girl in collaboration with High Tea with Mrs Woo designers and dance film Home for Blacktown Arts Centre’s Balik Bayan Philippine art project.
Marnie is a member of Dance Makers Collective as a performer, choreographer and teacher. Marnie has taught movement, yoga and dance at numerous high schools regionally and nationally, Powerhouse Youth Theatre, Form Dance Projects, Ev & Bow, Ettingshausens, Catapult Flipside, Australian College for Physical Education (ACPE), National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) and Bangarra Dance Theatre.