Category Archive: loving my job

Midsummer Mindfulness #1 On the moon there are flowers..

I love my job, particularly the wonderfully creative people with whom it brings me into contact. Tonight I went to a triptych of experimental midsummer mindfulness. I had been invited by the talented… Continue reading

Sideways Dancing at NottDance

I must have been out of the country when Alias performed at Sadler’s Wells in London last year so am really pleased to have been at the Nottdance Festival this year to cover… Continue reading

The last rehearsal for the #1billionrising flashmobs

I’ve taken most of today off work, I’m hoping it’ll help me recover from the nasty cold that has developed. So, rather than process new images of the flashmob at City Hall, what… Continue reading

One Billion Rising: VDay flashmobs #1billionrising

Today was hard. I had to get up at 6am to get everything done, which I only just managed, am fighting some kind of virus (have been for days) and felt really really… Continue reading

Intensity in Performance

Last night we were treated to an absolutely delicious Gaucho meal to promote their ‘underground dance night’ – an electro tango performance on the top floor with special cocktails as well as the… Continue reading

Wonderful Huelva

What an incredible experience! The people at Cerro de Andevalo and the beautiful environmentally friendly boutique hotel Narayana Casa Camilo laid on an extraordinary night. This traditional flamenco from the area – from… Continue reading

Darcey Bussell agrees to be judge for Dance Photographer of the Year! #DancePOTY

There’s not even a day left before I go to Andalusia on a photojournalistic tour of the cultural roots of flamenco and there are a hundred other things that must be done before… Continue reading

Tommy Franzén agrees to be a judge for Dance Photographer of the Year

Despite working much of the Christmas period I’ve not yet done everything I had planned, although I do expect to have caught up sufficiently with my work to be able to go to… Continue reading

Lindy Hop at the Stag’s Head

Shooting New Year’s Day’s Vintage Jive and Lindy Hop was special because of everyone’s evident enjoyment. Not for these people the serene half-smiles of the tango dancer, the seriousness sometimes bordering on aggression… Continue reading

Unwritten with @OneYouthDance @ChisenhaleDance

What a wonderful last formal assignment before Christmas! A performance of Unwritten, produced and arranged by Joanna of One Youth Dance. The idea of Unwritten was to create new work that the company’s… Continue reading