Born in Warrington, England, Benjamin Warbis is a dancer and academic tutor based in London. Part of the critically acclaimed Michael Clark Company, Warbis has danced in many of the choreographer's most important productions including a critically acclaimed role in Come, Been and Gone in 2009.
In 2014, Warbis joined Yorke Dance Project and became part of the Figure Ground (2015), Rewind Forward (2016), and TWENTY (2019) tours. In 2017, he collaborated with the artist Wolfgang Tillmans in an immersive residency at Tate Modern, and likewise in April 2019, performed at the Barbican in the Merce Cunningham Trust’s Night Of 100 Solos.
Warbis has also featured in films including Anna Karenina (2012),World War Z (2013) and How To Talk To Girls At Parties (2017). He has also worked with numerous notable fashion photographers, including Nick Knight, Jake Walters, Cecilie Harris, Sarah Brimley, Philip Riches, Willy Vanderperre and Elliot Kennedy, and has featured in various magazines from AnOther to Jocks&Nerds.
He is now an academic tutor and a contributor to the new contemporary dance syllabus for bbodance. He has been a part of the teaching faculty at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance since May 2018.