Sayer Mansfield is a performer, choreographer and teacher. She is a current dancer with Compagnie Marie Chouinard in Montreal, QC and a former member of Pilobolus Dance Theater. She holds a BFA in Dance from Tisch School of the Arts at NYU and received her classical training from The Royal Academy of Dance, Boston Ballet and Joffrey Ballet schools. Sayer holds a BA from Laban Conservatoire in London, UK and furthered her studies at The Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance in Salzburg, Austria. Sayer has been a guest artist with Compañía Sharon Fridman and Boston Dance Theater and was a founding member of The Indah Walsh Dance Company in NYC. Sayer has been an adjunct faculty member and guest artist in residence at Jacob’s Pillow, Phillips Academy Andover and Roger Williams University. Sayer works extensively across mediums including film, television, music videos and print – most notably as a principal dancer in “Little Women” (directed by Greta Gerwig,) on NBC’s hit TV show “I Can do That”, seen in music videos of musical artists Haux, G.E.M, and Zolita, and found in the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in Bo Gehring’s award-winning video portrait series “America Now.” Sayer works independently as a choreographer and has presented her work in New York City and The Berkshires.