After graduating from the Duncan Centre Conservatory in Prague, majoring in contemporary dance and dance theatre, Marta Trpišovská went on to study dance with visual arts at Brighton University, UK, and dance science at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (2009). Since 2000 she has worked intensely on her own choreographies: Indiskrétní potěcha and MaDame Blanche (both 2002), SKI°°FI (2003), Dvojexpozice (2004, nominated for the SAZKA Award), S kůží na trh (2005, nominated for the SAZKA Award), Titán and Exkurze s Helgou (both 2007). Her pieces have been performed in the Czech Republic, Austria, Germany, Holland, England, China and Macedonia. In 2001 she received 2nd and 3rd prizes (Jarmila Jeřábková Award) at the International Choreographic Competition in Prague. Marta was also nominated for the 2007 SAZKA Award for Interpretation (Portrét). She is a co-founding member of the NANOHACH group (2004). In 2007 she collaborated with the Forman Brothers Theatre on the projects Obludárium and A Walk Worthwhile (premiered at the National Theatre in Prague).