Category Archive: That’s life!

Emerging Dancer

Yesterday I had to leave the Emerging Dancer rehearsals in the South Bank early to get to the meetings I had set up in a new, high profile and very useful travel networking… Continue reading

Aftermath 2 – To Lost Potential

To the two friends I lost last week, my requiem for lost potential.

Telling the right story at Christmas (with the help of photoshop)

Good story telling is hard, and the way you need to think about conveying it change radically according to how it will be told. For stand-alone images, it’s even more difficult as the… Continue reading

London Waiting

All images: Aila Floyd of The Bees Knees and travelling dancer Andrew Stone dancing around London I’ve written this post in response to further media uproar about a presented inequity in terms of… Continue reading

Spin! and Gompertz’s gospel

Both Images: Images: Two photographic themes of ‘spin’ featuring performances at 60×60 held at Stratford Circus in 2010 UK dance enthusiasts would have to have had their heads in a sack to have… Continue reading

How the power of photography can change perceptions

All images: Yolande Yorke-Edgell dancing Marilyn Monroe in Noted at the Lilian Baylis Studio Power of Photography Series #2 (#1, #3) These first two shots show the dancer to one side of the… Continue reading

Toeing the Line with Compagnie Retouramont

Both images: Compagnie Retouramont at Dancing Oxford 2012 I’m dog tired and have lots more work to do so have decided to cheat a little tonight. As it’s only 2 days before I… Continue reading

Dancing together at Gawai in Sarawak #6

Both images: Dancers and visitors celebrate Gawai by dancing together. Sarawak, Malaysia In Sarawak everyone I met was friendly, making conversation was easy and all my questions were answered enthusiastically which meant I… Continue reading

Not Quite Titian

National Gallery advertisement for Metamorphosis; an exhibition celebrating the acquisition of two Titians, in Holborn underground station I love this poster and the image within it. I’ve spent hours looking at it while… Continue reading