South Australian born physical performer, Thomas Gundry Greenfield, works around the world as an independent artist in dance, physical theatre, roving street performance/puppetry and acrobatics, cabaret, television and film.
Thomas started his formal dance training at age 21 and comes from a sports dominant background, training in track and field, surf life saving, Australian Rules Football, swimming and boxing/kick boxing. Thomas has a strong foundation in KRUMP and background in ʻb boyingʼ (Break Dance), and is featured in the Australian KRUMP documentary ʻBurn Cityʼ 2009.
Recently Thomas was guest artist with Expressions Dance Company for the creation and premier of When Time Stops, worked with Kage on the development of Team of Life, Akram Khan Company on the development of iTMOi and with director Michael Kantor and Garry Stewart on the feature film The Boy Castaways.
Thomas graduated from Adelaide College of the Arts in 2009 with a Bachelor of Dance Performance, as a performer Thomas offers and creates raw, unique and progressive material drawing from a unique non-dance background.
Thomas has worked with many industry artists including Kate Dendorough (Kage), Natalie Weir (Expression Dance Company), Larissa McGowan (Australian Dance Theatre), Jo Stone, Brooke Stamp, Leigh Warren, Aiden Kane Munn, Raewyn Hill, Rob Tannion (DV8 Physical Theatre), Ross McCormack (Les Ballets), Elie Tass (Les Ballets), Cameron McMillan, Akram Khan (Akram Khan Company), Garry Stewart (Australian Dance Theatre), Michael Kantor and Antony Hamilton.
In 2014 Thomas joins Bangarra as a guest artist performing the role of William Dawes in Stephen Pageʼs new work Patyegarang touring to Sydney Opera House, Canberra Theatre Centre, State Theatre Centre of WA, Queensland Performing Arts Centre and Arts Centre Melbourne.