Tag Archive: Choreography


My impressions of E14 Dance Company’s ‘Danube’, based on a rehearsal at Chisenhale Dance Space.

Dance, the Pied Piper

Dance, the Pied Piper and body language; how it reaches peoples’ hearts and minds.

Wishing You All The Best for 2016!

Wishing you and yours all the very best for 2016 and the following years.
This image is from The Tempest Replica, a Kidd Pivot production.

One Youth Dance Uncovered #YouthDance #Charity #review

2014 was an extraordinary year for One Youth Dance. Their Principal; Joanna Shaw, has done them – and herself – proud. It’s not just that the company has become a registered charity (a… Continue reading

Acclivity on #wordymonday

I’ve selected the word ‘acclivity’ for today’s #WordyMonday word. Meaning an upwards slope or ascent I chose this shot that plays with the sound of the word as well as its meaning. The… Continue reading

Insatiable on #WordyMonday

I asked Ivan about how he had come to this choreography, which I was lucky enough to photograph at last years ADAD Bloom Festival. It turns out that the original spark came from… Continue reading

The Death Of Hippolytus

This image, which I took today, shows Ihsaan de Banya as Hippolytus in the death scene, part of Richard Alston Dance Company‘s new work which will premier tomorrow (November 6th) at the Barbican,… Continue reading

Unwritten with @OneYouthDance @ChisenhaleDance

What a wonderful last formal assignment before Christmas! A performance of Unwritten, produced and arranged by Joanna of One Youth Dance. The idea of Unwritten was to create new work that the company’s… Continue reading

Gawai in Malaysia #5

Both images: Traditional courtship dance in Borneo This dance fascinated me. Not for the extended choreography (which I suspect has been adapted by the choreographer to make a show closer to what he… Continue reading