A Creative - New York City


Jerron Herman

A Creative  |  New York City


From an early age I wondered:
what could I contribute to society, to creativity?

Now an artist, I'm unflinchingly contributing all of me.

What part do you want? 






Jerron Herman is an interdisciplinary artist creating through dance, text, and visual storytelling. He's based in New York City. 

Jerron was born and grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area where he began his career pursuing performance and playwriting. In 2009 he moved to New York City to study Dramatic Writing at the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. Continuing his dream of crafting stories to be performed, he then studied Media, Culture and the Arts, with an emphasis in Art History and Playwriting at The King's College where he graduated in 2013. While in school he was "discovered" by a choreographer who led him to audition for Heidi Latsky, quickly becoming a key member of her company, Heidi Latsky Dance. Jerron has performed at venues like Lincoln Center and The Whitney Museum of Art, resulting in the New York Times calling him, “the inexhaustible Mr. Herman.” As a strong advocate for disabled athletes and performers, he has been a featured model for both Tommy Hilfiger and Nike.

His performances have begun to shed light on an often overlooked niche of performance. He currently sits on the Board of Trustees at Dance/USA and is a proud member of The Disabled List and WITH, brain children of innovative thought leader, Liz Jackson. As a writer, Jerron was a finalist for the inaugural Lark Play Development Lab/Apothetae Playwriting Fellowship. He was recently nominated for the prestigious United States Artists Fellowship in Dance.



Tisch School of the Arts for Dramatic Writing & Playwriting
New York University

Media, Culture and the Arts / Art History and Playwriting
The Kings College


Heidi Latsky Dance
New York City

Joined 2012


Alameda, California


The one and only,
New York City.

The inexhaustible Mr. Herman.
— The New York Times

Appearances & Performances



Photo by Mark Wickens

Photo by Mark Wickens


Creative Mornings: BAM (Jon Burgerman), The Invisible Dog (Liz Jackson)
Hillsong NYC | Galapagos Art Space | Google

phys, ed

Danspace Project (Premiere), 92nd Street Y, Brooklyn College, 2017


Highlights: The United Nations, Stavros Niachros Foundation Cultural Center, The Whitney Museum, Lincoln Center, ICA Boston, 2015-


Montclair State University, American Dance Festival, The Whitney Museum (excerpt), 2015

GIMP | Out of doors

Lincoln Center, 2012 (Debut)





DanceUSA, 2018

8th floor gallery, 2018

SYPartners / WITH, 2018

the king's college, 2017 | 2013

Arts for all abilities consortium, 2017

dance/nyc, 2017 | 2016 | 2015

Lincoln center education, 2016

Cardozo law school, 2016

rebuild foundation, 2016

la mama, 2015

Photo by Fernando Villela

Photo by Fernando Villela



Photo by Jon Trend

Photo by Jon Trend



tommy Hilfiger | springible


art beyond sight | art & disability residency

ryan Hartley smith | dot | disabled list

creative mornings | liz jackson



great big story

Great Big Story Featured Jerron in 2017.