Vikki Burns has been instrumental in creating events and staging performances worldwide for over a decade. Projects have been as diverse as developing the Cadbury’s Trident Soft ‘Mess With Your Head’ installation, to directing cabaret for Pernod Ricard. Her work has been repeatedly used by companies such as Diesel, Lee, Wrangler and for the past ten years Vikki has choreographed shows for cult brand Agent Provocateur. She has travelled the globe with the label and staged shows in Vienna, Toronto, Geneva, Milan, Madrid and New York City for the lingerie label.

Vikki began dance classes at the age of five and went onto attend the prestigious Trinity Laban Conservatoire for Music & Dance, where her professional training encompassed choreography, production, lighting and costume. After graduating Vikki was invited to join the coaching team at the Camm Street Gymnastics Centre as Resident Dance Coach. Here she trained gymnasts bound for international success including Britain’s Olympic medalist Beth Tweddle in her earlier years.

Vikki is a regular face at New York, London, Milan and Paris Fashion Week and has staged shows for designers such as Thom Browne, Roksanda, and Gosha Rubchinskiy, she also played a significant role in creating the Topshop Show Space, when it first occupied the Old Euro Star Terminals at Waterloo Train Station.

In 2012 Vikki and her team felt ‘very honored’ to work alongside Sergeant Major Mott to choreograph over 300 Cold Stream and Welsh Guards into the shape of a 100, celebrating one hundred days until the opening of the Olympics. The campaign was a fantastic success and went live on the 18th April 2012 and featured in the media worldwide. 2012 also saw Vikki appointed as choreographer for the Elite Model Look, staged in Shanghai and the largest modeling competition of it’s kind. Vikki was responsible for choreographing over 70 emerging models as well as staging Jessie J who made three guest appearances during the show.