Freya joined Yorke Dance Project in 2015 and has performed in productions Dancing Sacred, Rewind Forward, Sea of Troubles and Twenty, in works by Robert Cohan, Kenneth MacMillan, Charlotte Edmonds, Sophia Stoller and Yolande Yorke-Edgell. She trained at Elmhurst and Central School of Ballet where she created a role in Christopher Bruce’s Shift before joining Scottish Ballet to dance works by Ashley Page and Krzysztof Pastor. Other professional experience includes Company Chordelia, Errol White Company and articulateanimal, alongside projects with visual artists including Beverley Hood Eidolon, Simon Biggs BlowUp and Duncan Campbell It for Others, which won the Turner Prize in 2014 with choreography by Michael Clark. Freya is also an aerialist, specialising in Vertical Dance (harness), and has performed for Commonwealth Celebration Sound to Sea, Edinburgh Hogmanay, Enchanted Forest, and VIVDS (Vancouver). She has worked in a variety of flying settings including buildings, cranes, cliffs, forests, and indoor theatre for companies All or Nothing, Gravity and Levity, VDKL, and Fidget Feet. She has performed with various ensembles who specialise in music and dance collaboration and teaches at Royal Conservatoire of Scotland across their range of artistic courses.