Tag Archive: dance photography

building human castles

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Conventional shots of the finished human castle have their place, but I wanted to give an idea of what it feels like to do. It’s really hard work and each supporting member must… Continue reading

tightening the castel belt

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Traditionally, the long wide Castellar belt is put on as tightly and smoothly as possible. It supports the back – vital since each pillar-member will bear the weight of several people – and… Continue reading

human castles in the sun

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It’s on days like this that I find myself thinking how much I love my job. At the University of Girona, the challenge was to show that being a Castellar (a human castle… Continue reading

truck rehearsal retrospective

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Taken with my D80 in 2009, these girls are rehearsing for the first production to go into the Hull Truck Theatre’s new home. The room was small and it was raining outside, so… Continue reading

doo it like this

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Shabba Doo came into the class working his half-moon tambourine so well that by the time he reached the front he already had us on a high.  However what I most value is… Continue reading

challenge concentration

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I love the intensity in the faces of these two participants of last week’s Redbridge Dance Challenge. But I don’t like the gallery format of this post so won’t be doing it again.

dance challenger

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Originally intending to go just for Isaac’s silhouette, I changed my mind when this group wandered into the background. Then it was just a matter of waiting until Isaac’s legs framed them.

looped

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Deb Bono and Lemington Ridley performing at the DanceMyWay Gala, organised by Monika Molnar in 2011.  

half shadowed

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Half shadowed Compagnie Retouramont

An image from last year’s Dancin’ Oxford

what they see

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What they see

Compagnie Retouramont dancers posing on the wall of Oxford Castle