Category Archive: Dance Journalism

Watching the Watchers

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Two girls watching the changing projections at Big Dance 2010 I’m posting this from Miami where I’m researching new dance photography. Like the girls in this shot I’m not yet completely sure I’ll… Continue reading

Dancing for 1Malaysia

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Both images: Children dancing for the Malaysian Minister of Tourism at London’s South Bank More from the end of Malaysia Week

Preparing for their final show

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Both images: Malaysian children relaxing before their final South Bank performance, marking the end of Malaysia Week 2012 Yesterday I went to see the national dancers celebrating the end of Malaysia Week 2012.… Continue reading

English National Ballet at St Pauls

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Both images: Royal National Ballet at St Pauls Cathedral Just because they’re beautiful. Previous post here.

Ultimate Dance Challenge for Save the Children

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Both images: Dancers in a Contemporary Workshop at Save the Children’s ‘Ultimate Dance Challenge’ at Laban yesterday, Sunday 7th October It has been an incredibly busy weekend and on Sunday I went to… Continue reading

Flamenco Carmen

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Both images: Carmen performed by students of Escuela de Baile at the Peacock Theatre. Someone from Escuela de Baile reminded me that I haven’t finished processing my shots from the Escuela de Baile… Continue reading

Josefina and Francisco Leiva at Rojo y Negro Tango Club

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Images: Josefina and Francisco Leiva demonstrating at Rojo y Negro I went to a tango lesson tonight, the first one in years. It was also the first time I went with a male… Continue reading

Urban Intelligence

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Main Stage, Sadler’s Wells Breakin’ Convention 2011 After watching ‘One Man Walking‘, part of Channel 4’s 2011 Street Summer series which explored the challenges of living in London. I thought it would be… Continue reading

Not Quite Titian

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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

#2 Right in the Middle of a Flamenco Flashmob

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A series of closer-up shots of the dancers at the London instantiation of the worldwide flamenco flashmob, held to celebrate Seville’s Flamenco Bienal Sometimes it doesn’t pay to use lenses that concentrate on… Continue reading