Kerime (Kara-May) Konur (Koh-Nor) is a performing artist, creative director, collaborator, freelance photographer of dance + dance film maker. She is a serendipitous artist with vigor, an intentional mover, and a creative that strives to embody human experiences in her work and motion. Her movement has impetus, elegance, empowerment, and force that is demonstrated through optimistic, primitive, physical and diverse storytelling, all of which she utilizes in her artistic approach as a creative collaborator, dance documenter and her ever growing role as director of photography. She has performed the works of Sidra Bell, Cindy Salgado, Bryan Arias, Charissa Barton, Maleek Washington, Jesse Zaritt, Kevan Allen, Jinah Parker, and Cara Diaz, to name a few, and has performed for GMA: Live, NYFW, Nike, Revlon, BOSE, and Amazon Prime. She has had the privilege to stage manage for MICHIYAYA Dance, a femme-centric contemporary dance theater company, as well as creative direct and film + photograph for Cesar Brodermann Photography. She as has also captured artists such as Loni Landon Dance Project, Duane Park, The Yale Club NYC, and Tansy’s Polite Society. In addition to photography and videography, she has also creative directed and assisted for Sidra Bell Dance New York, and is currently a dancer, producer, director and collaborator with Kayla Farrish/Descent Structures Arts and as well as a performing artist in the Jinah Parker Project.