This week’s WordyMonday word was suggested by Marty Hirst. It’s a great word to illustrate with dance images because there are so many ways it could be interpreted. I chose Felipe’s balancing act… Continue reading
As well as being commonly known as fire rocks, the word is derived from the Latin word ignis which means of fire such as the kind of burning fire like a lighter. The… Continue reading
The concept behind the flamenco word Aire would be difficult to represent even if I chose to do so using flamenco shots, but I’ve decided not to do that because Sadler’s Wells Flamenco… Continue reading
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
Another in my series of tango faces, this shot from the Fire and Flame Ball is of the guest performers, Graciela Gamba and Diego Converti. I chose it mostly because it shows that,… Continue reading
Sometimes all you need is a little sparkle.
It is currently thought that leptons and quarks are seen as the basic building matter of the universe. Unlike quarks, which exist only in composite form with other quarks, leptons exist on their… Continue reading
Last Friday I went to the New Wimbledon Theatre for the photocall of Richard Alston’s latest work, Buzzing Round the Hunisuccle before its World Premier at the same place the next day. He… Continue reading