Lee-Anne Litton is a Sydney-based aerialist, dancer, physical performer and maker with more than ten years of professional experience.

A former gymnast, she has training in contemporary dance, traditional aerial techniques (including Tissu, Trapeze, Lira), harnessed aerial techniques and a long sustained practice in Contact Improvisation.

She has performed nationally and internationally with some of Australia’s leading physical theatre companies, including Legs On The Wall and Stalker Theatre, as well as creating her own work with Strings Attached.

Over the last few years, Lee-Anne has nurtured a strong interest in the poetical and expressive possibilities that arise from combining aerial performance and dance theatre, developing a strong technical practice that is reflected in her work as well as on the classes she regularly teaches.

Andrew Batt-Rawden