Tag Archive: circus arts

BARBU, A nearly-no-spoilers review

Fun, strength, musicality, coordination and humour. Everything a circus should be – and more – with attitude.

Which Orientation in Wanstead?

I have a theory, but to see if it’s right I need your help. Please tell me which orientation of this image you prefer and – if you possibly can – why. This… 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

Felipe

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

Surprises Streb at Trafalgar Square

Coming back into radio contact now after a very intense trip looking for brown bears, polar bears, moose, beluga whales and bison in Northern Canada. This shot is another that I took on… Continue reading

SurprisesSTREB’s Human Fountain at Trafalgar Square

This is another shot from last week’s @SurprisesSTREB performances. I’ve chosen this performance because it’s one that has been less covered by the popular press, possibly because the rigid contraption from which the… Continue reading

Streb Surprise at Millennium Bridge

I got up at 5am to take this and used a very long lens (thank you Alan). Found a place on the bank of the river that would give me a different angle… Continue reading

Will Silks

Back to the Big Dance Bus in Islington because I didn’t have the time to go to Covent Garden as I hoped to do yesterday. This is Will, performing a solo silks piece.

Big Dance Day 5

What a relief to not have to post a new image every day! With the full Big Dance upon us the only time I can scrape time to get on the Internet is… Continue reading

hoop dancing in old vic tunnels

This is one of a series of shots from a recent cirus party at the Old Vic Tunnels that was organised by Salida Productions. With even lower light than normal and an audience… Continue reading