Frank Bock co-founded The Featherstonehaughs Company (1987-1998) working with such artists as Bobby Baker, Rosemary Lee, and Graeme Miller.
As co-director of Bock and Vincenzi, from 1995 to 2007 together with Simon Vincenzi he created a series of uncompromising theatre/dance projects. Three Forest Dances in a Room of Wood (1995-1997), Being Barely There I Saw You Too(1998), Breathtaking (2000), and Invisible Dances (1999-2006) - a research project that culminated in Here, As If They Hadn't Been, As If They Are Not (2006). In 2003 he returned to The Cholmondeleys and The Featherstonehaughs as Education Manager/Creative Associate until 2011 focusing on projects and practices that researched models for development and self-leadership. In 2012 he began working as a curator for Independent Dance on Crossing Borders, a series of talks from a broad spectrum of disciplines and what_now festival (2013) exploring the contexts that underpin the practices of dance artists. He teaches on the Creative Practice M.A (ID/SDD/TrinityLaban) and is visiting lecturer at Doch in Stockholm 2013-2014.