Jack Puluka (he / she) is a Central Jersey native with a deep adoration for showcasing personal stories. As a Montclair State University graduate with his BFA in Dance & minor in Filmmaking; she has worked with artists such as Garret Coleman, Jessie DiMauro, Christian Von Howard, Stefanie Batten Bland, Paul Taylor Company, Darrah Carr, Sean Curran, Urban Bush Women & Dolly Sfeir. Jack strives to merge humanity with movement. Amplifying human experiences with the commingle of different art forms. His choreography & cinematography have been shown at The Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) Animation Festival, as well as Montclair State University’s (MSU) “Dance Makers” & “Creative Collaborations” performances. Jack aims to continuously explore the art of redefining storytelling through theater & multimedia for all audiences. Puluka Projects is a reflection of the internal stories of humankind. With an emphasis on physical theater in conjunction with personal stories. Our goal is to create spaces where individuals can be heard within a supportive community of artists. Creating art that tells stories of the human experience.