Born a Romani Gypsy, Isaac Blake is a professional choreographer and Artistic Director of the Romani Cultural and Arts Company, which has previously been funded by the BBC Children in Need, Big Lottey, Cardiff City Council and Newport City Council. In 2000 he received a scholarship to attend a 3 year undergraduate Dance Theatre Course at Laban in London. While at Laban, Isaac worked with numerous artists and companies including Adventures in Motions Pictures (AMP), DV8 and Rambert. Since graduating from Laban, Isaac has performed in Welsh Independent Dance’s Undergraduate Showcase at Chapter (Cardiff) and Festival International De Nouvelle Dance (Montreal, Canada) as well as working with Ragdoll (a children’s TV production company), the BBC and S4C. He has choreographed performances at the Wales Millennium Centre and the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. He has also provided choreographic workshops for the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Housing and Education departments with Local Authorities in and around Wales and London. In 2008 he was awarded an ACW grant to attend The Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance, New York to further his studies in choreography and performance.