Category Archive: Dance Journalism

Belmont Freetown dances at the Trinidad and Tobago Cultural Village

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Belmont Freetown performed a passionately energetic piece moves at the launch of the Trinidad and Tobago Cultural Village One of the many aspects of my job that I love is the access I… Continue reading

SurprisesSTREB’s Human Fountain at Trafalgar Square

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This is another shot from last week’s @SurprisesSTREB performances. I’ve chosen this performance because it’s one that has been less covered by the popular press, possibly because the rigid contraption from which the… Continue reading

Streb Surprise at Millennium Bridge

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I got up at 5am to take this and used a very long lens (thank you Alan). Found a place on the bank of the river that would give me a different angle… Continue reading

Tango Walk – the lesson

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I was commissioned to do a photo feature on Tanja Raaste’s Tango Walk, one of the Big Dance events held on the South Bank. This shot, from last Saturday, of Alfredo Martin Espindola… Continue reading

peruvian dancers in covent garden and a chance to win a trip to peru with kuoni

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Part of a promotion arranged by Peru Tourism today, these two are dancing Festejos. This is an Afro-Peruvian dance from the coast and in it dancers are allowed quite a lot of leeway… Continue reading

gawai dancer with scarves

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iban dancers

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The Iban tribe, dancers of which are shown here, is one of three who celebrate Gawai. This dance celebrates the warriors’ strength.

sarawakian ladies

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It has been a very busy few days and I’ve not had much time on the internet, although staying in a longhouse and trekking through the jungle has other fantastic rewards. Taken 2… Continue reading

cable beach kids

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This shot, of two children dancing for fun at dusk on Cable Beach continues several themes, that of photographing children, that of low light photography and the most important to me, which is… Continue reading

waving the flag

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More from the flashmob at Westfields Stratford City, I enjoyed taking these because of the dancer’s obvious enjoyment of the entire performance.