In the last few years I have been pondering what it means for a dance-maker to walk into a space … More
These notes reflect on my experience of learning Trio A, alongside my research with Amy Voris as part of my ongoing enquiry into the nature of self-choreography.
This short study was created during the Covid-19 lockdown. Reflecting on my own isolation and need to reach out and … More
There’s a great quote in an interview with Philip Decoufle where, asked about his solo work, he states: “There is … More
My account of working with Rosalind Crisp: finding purpose and just dancing.
I’ve become obsessed with trying to pin down what I’m doing, to find a way of describing my practice without … More
NB: the notes in this blog aim to document my work as a dance artist / researcher. For notes on … More
“If we walk far enough,” says Dorothy, “we shall sometime come to someplace.” ― L. Frank Baum, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz … More
Breathe out slowly. Write the Movement. * I came across the Creative Articulations Process (CAP) whilst researching for my PhD … More
The question I’ve been asking myself recently is this: Where does my work fit? And the reason for the question … More