Trey McIntyre —
Trey McIntyre trained at North Carolina School of the Arts and Houston Ballet Academy. In 1989, he was appointed Choreographic Apprentice at Houston Ballet, and in 1995 he became the company's Choreographic Associate. Trey has now worked for over 20 years as a freelance choreographer, producing close to one hundred dance pieces.
In 2005, Trey founded his dance company, Trey McIntyre Project (TMP), which first appeared at the Vail International Dance Festival. The company was initially a summer touring company, but its national and international success led Trey to establish the company year-round as of 2008, based in Boise, Idaho (USA). TMP has been featured in The New York Times, Dance Magazine, and on PBS NewsHour, and has earned coast-to-coast acclaim in the American media. In 2013, TMP expanded its artistic vision and undertook a crowd-sourced documentary film entitled Ma Maison.
Trey is the recipient of numerous awards, including a Choo San Goh Award for Choreography and a Lifetime Achievement Award from The National Society of Arts and Letters, as well as two grants for choreography from the National Endowment for the Arts. His works have been performed by companies such as Stuttgart Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, Hubbard Street Dance (Chicago), New York City Ballet, The Washington Ballet, and Oregon Ballet Theatre.