Category Archive: portrait photography

Oleaginous on #WordyMonday

This week I’ve chosen ‘oleaginous’ for #WordyMonday, in particular the meaning of ‘containing oil’. Although it wasn’t the original sentiments of the piece I believe the dancer’s face and body represent the horror… Continue reading

Anyone for tennis?

More from the Angels shoot with Lemington and Nejc, mainly because I’ve promised to post this image.

Nejc and Lemington

I’m absolutely thrilled to have been commissioned to do another shoot with Nejc and Lemington for Dance Today. It will be in a studio (this time) and feature the two men dancing in… Continue reading

Elevation for @JokerXL on #WordyMonday

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

International Women’s Day #1

I don’t have much time because of deadlines but am posting a few of the OBR Flashmob rehearsals as an early celebration for International Women’s Day.

Tango Face

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

Sinewy on #WordyMonday

What perfect timing! I’ve chosen two other shots of Felipe performing acrobalance at the House of Wolf to illustrate this word, suggested by Milo Miles some time before Christmas. Please suggest more words… Continue reading

Self Portrait; doing what I love

That’s me to the right of the image, backstage with the gorgeous Millie Dollar last night at the House of Wolf. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to get much of her act because I… Continue reading


I went to House of Wolf to shoot two friends tonight. As ever, I looked around and staked out the probable best places to take photos from. As ever, I found myself sprawled… Continue reading


I spent most of today interviewing and photographing Milos and Luis about their new collaboration, their plans and their sources of inspiration. Both dancers, they trained at the same time at Laban and… Continue reading