Eloi Homier is a versatile dancer and artist living and working on the traditional unceded territories of Musqueam, Tsleil-Waututh, and Squamish nations, also know as Vancouver, BC. He has performed and toured extensively across Canada and the United States, notably with Vancouver Opera, V’ni Dansi, New Dance Horizons, Kaha:wi Dance Theatre, Watermark Theatre, Henry Daniel, Judith Garay, Ballet Kelowna, Les Grands Ballet Canadiens, and Roxey Ballet. With formal training in classical ballet, his diversified performance styles now include modern dance, improvisation, Métis jigging, theatre, mime, and he uses movement and inspiration from various unrelated disciplines. After moving to Vancouver, Eloi reconnected with his Métis roots by learning to jig from master jiggers Yvonne Chartrand and Madelaine McCallum and has since been performing and giving workshops all over BC. Eloi has also explored choreography with his first work, 3 ways to kill a dancer, which combined all the different elements of his dance background.