He began his career as a dancer at Ido Tadmor Dance Company in Tel Aviv, continued with Kibbutz Contemporart Dance Company, the Vertigo company and with several projects with Suzanne Dellal Center. He debuted as a choreographer with “Covered Red” (2000) and “Anna” (2001). He was artistic director of the Mayumaná company between 2004 and 2008. In 2006 he moved to Spain and created the company with his same name. In 2008 he participated in a project promoted by the Royal Opera House in London to support young choreographers, under the artistic direction of Wayne McGregor. At this time he began his international career. Some of his works are “All Ways” (2016), “Free Fall” (2014) or “Rizoma” (2012). In 2015 he received a Max Award with “Free Fall”. He has won numerous awards at events such as the Burgos-New York Choreographic Contest, the Hannover International Choreography Contest, the Choreographic Contest of Madrid or the International Theater and Dance Fair of Huesca. His work is based on three fundamental pillars: the language of contact, the social dimension of dance and the breaking of the fourth wall, seeking to connect more with the public, incorporating it into the piece and making dance a personal experience also for the viewer. Major international dance companies, such as the National Ballet of Paraguay, LaMov Dance Company (Spain), Vertigo Dance Company (Israel), Compagnie Jus de la Vie (Sweden), Theater Bielefeld (Germany) or the National Dance Company (Spain) they have in their repertoire creations of Sharon Fridman.