László Fülöp born on the 16th of December, 1987 in Budapest, Hungary the most tender bartender, an introvert shop assistant, also a dancer, performer & choreographer founder of Timothy and the Things I graduated at Budapest Contemporary Dance Academy in 2010. Since then, as a freelancer I’ve worked and collaborated with many artists and dance companies from Hungary and abroad – Vladislava Malá, Adrienn Hód, Eléonore Valére Lachky, Éva Karczag, Klári Pataky Dance Company, Zoltán Nagy, Eva Duda Dance Company, Finita la Commedia, and from 2012 on, I’ve been mainly dancing for the Danish Granhoj Dans Company. In the meantime I’ve developed my own choreographic works under the name of Timothy and the Things. In 2016 I’ve got Viktor Fülöp Scholarship as an emerging young choreographer and in 2018 received a grant from the Gaubier’s Fund as a dancer, performer. The core topic of my interest revolves around exploring and analysing, from every conceivable angle, issues relating to all forms of human social behaviour and communication, completely without generalizations or prejudices, in a simple, pure and personal way. I find extremely important to let people see and understand those inner processes which influence and guide their acts and decisions on an subconscious level.