Neville Campbell was Artistic Consultant for the Centre for Advanced Training (CAT) at Dance City and also taught Contemporary Technique and Choreography on both the BA (Hons) Professional Dance undergraduate degree programme and on the MA Advanced Dance Performance postgraduate course.
Neville trained at London School of Contemporary Dance and went on to perform in many companies, touring extensively across the world and to critical acclaim. He has artistically directed Phoenix Dance Theatre based in Leeds, and Tumbuka Dance Company based in Zimbabwe. He also directed Dundee Rep Dance Company and under his directorship the company was renamed Scottish Dance Theatre. He has choreographed for numerous companies both in the UK and internationally, including Scottish Ballet, Phoenix Dance Theatre, NAPAC Dance Company and PACT Dance Company (South Africa), Tavaziva Dance, National Youth Dance Company and the Great North Run Cultural Programme, to name a few. He has received many awards for his achievements, including a British Gas Award for “Exceptional Contribution to Urban Renewal through the Arts” and FNB Dance Umbrella Choreographer of the Year Awards, in two consecutive years. He has artistically directed dance festivals across the world and has contributed to many TV documentaries, films and live dance events.
Neville has a MA in Dance Creativity and Technology and continues to be passionate about contemporary dance, African art and Caribbean culture.