Category Archive: pairs

Distance – with Tango Al Fresco

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More from Tango Al Fresco at Regents Park in August. I’ve chosen these because the distance between each of the dancers’ heads tells its own story. Kele Baker, who is also a choreographer,… Continue reading

Al Fresco Smiles

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More from Tango Al Fresco at Regents Park in August. Organised by Kele Baker the twice-yearly event is in aid of the Royal Parks Foundation. Related posts include Intense Enjoyment, Portraits and Two… Continue reading

Tango Al Fresco – intense enjoyment

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Dancers at Tango Al Fresco in Regents Park this August Here’s another few of the shots I took at Tango Al Fresco. I’ve grouped these together because of the intensity of their enjoyment.… Continue reading

Kim and David Benitez

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Kim and David Benitez performing tango for Sadler’s Wells Dance Club in 2008 I wanted to hear what Kim had to say of her memories of Gene Kelly because they have something interesting… Continue reading

Sultry Salsa at Dancesation Expo

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Candice Doogan de Rosales and partner dancing salsa at Dancesation Expo 2012 After taking a couple of sharp shots I spent some time experimenting on the use of motion blur (and blur in… Continue reading

Two Sides Of Tom – at Tango Al Fresco

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It’s lovely to be working in a place where people know me. I get more dances, which is natural, but I also get a lot more spontaneous stuff. Here is one, taken at… Continue reading

al fresco fun

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This couple (Lemington Ridley and Lorcan Mullany) were fantastically expressive dancers, swapping lead and follow so seamlessly and dancing with such musicality it was difficult to focus on other dancers at the event.… Continue reading

Tango Al Fresco, the Mayors Thames Festival and a tango front cover

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This front cover features Tom and Margo dancing under the Oxo Tower at the Mayor’s Thames Festival. I shot it in 2008 with my phonecam (a Sony Ericsson k800i) I think. I’m looking… Continue reading

Playing with the Fuji X100

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A Place to Live When We Are Old Described as ‘a participatory public art project exploring attitudes towards old age through danzón’,  I thought this was a delightful way to meet different people… Continue reading

London Went Latin

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Yesterday I interviewed Leigh, who was responsible for the whole huge London Goes Latin event which was held on the last day of Big Dance. Part of this was a huge attempt to… Continue reading