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Dancing with Matt Goss

Above and below: Matt Goss at the Savoy Hotel London on Sunday 4th November. A surprise performance at the British Guild of Travel Writers’ Annual Dinner, sponsored by Las Vegas. The British Guild… Continue reading

Watching the Watchers

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

Daily Carnival Dose #22 Close Up!

This is one of a series of daily posts of shots taken at the Notting Hill Carnival, made in addition to those on other dance forms and related experiences. If you are in… Continue reading

Tango Al Fresco – intense enjoyment

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

Jose of Circolombia at More London, Mayors Thames Festival

  Jose of Circolombia at More London, Mayors Thames Festival It’s hot here. Was so happy with this shot I had to share it quickly. Back to work now 🙂  

Daily Carnival Dose #6

This is one of a series of daily posts of shots taken at the Notting Hill Carnival, made in addition to those that I normally make (on other dance forms and related experiences).… Continue reading

dancing in the rain

I shot this at the Vuokatti Dance Festival, is of a local Strictly-style competition. Local celebrities were judged by locals selected in a competition. The rain made no difference to anyone although it… Continue reading

tango in their own style

Capussi and Flores have their own style. Well rehearsed and in wonderful synchronisation, they keep in character irrespective of the difficulty of their moves. Although this shot captures them mid-move you can see… Continue reading

dancing afoot

Dancing Afoot

In an interview, Patrice Guillot told me of how the production used projections of images showing different perspectives such as that of the dancers themselves.

castle dance

Compagnie Retouramont at Dancin' Oxford

The second year Retouramont performed at Oxford Castle, it was interesting to see how the choreographer’s use of the space has changed and compare the audience’s reactions