Born in Hungary, after graduating from the Secondary School of Arts in Pecs in 2009, Edit joined the company, Ballet Pecs. She danced there as a soloist for five years in works by Cameron McMillan, Leo Mujic, Balazs Vincze and Lorand Zachar. In 2014, she won the Hungarian Dancers Association’s Best Female Dancer award. The same year she moved to London and joined Rambert Dance Company for nearly 8 years, where she danced for many choreographers including Wayne McGregor, Sharon Eyal, Merce Cunningham, Hofesh Schechter, Sidi Larbi Cherkaui, Alexander Whitley, Itzik Galili, Andonis Foniadakis, Christopher Bruce. From December 2021 she was also a member of the company L-E-V directed by Sharon Eyal and Gai Behar. Alongside her dancing career, Edit completed a BA and an MA at the University of Pecs in Learning and Development Practices. From 2018 to 2021 she was a “Reach Ambassador” of Dancers Career Development in London. She is currently studying for an MA in Education and Technology at the prestigious University College London. Edit created short works for Rambert’s choreographic platform, including “Angels”, “selfie-sh” and “Competitive Plasticity” that was selected for the International Choreography Competition in Hannover. Besides she created short pieces for the graduates of Hungarian Dance Academy. Most recently she was selected by Wayne McGregor as one of the two young choreographers for the 59th Venice Biennale (2022), where she created a half-evening length piece “Liminal”. It was performed as part of the program of the International Dance Festival within the Biennale.