Tag Archive: dance travel

The Red Dress Dance Project

Manuela Benini’s Red Dress Dance Project, part of which is currently on exhibition at Sadler’s Wells, highlights the complexities of tradition and the constant cycle of change, with particular attention to some of the biggest inequities on our planet.

Real voyage of discovery – Marcel Proust #Quote #Image #Dance

This shot is from the piece Landfill, choreographed by Anna-Lise Marie Hearn and performed as part of One Youth Dance‘s Presence in December 2013.

Morning Glory: A morning rave set me up nicely #LoveMyJob

I went down to cover Morning Glory this morning (along, it would seem, with the rest of the UK’s national and local media and bloggerati). Everyone – and I do mean everyone –… Continue reading

Working hard on Dance Photographer of the Year

I’m working hard on the Dance Photographer of the Year competition today as it’s going to be launched next month. There will be excellent dance travel prizes, places for winners images in publications… Continue reading

It’s Not(t)dance

The stages of a dance meme, the creative progression of thought in the development of an artwork that incorporates critics into the dance itself, masturbation and performance art, the body’s betrayal of cooperative… Continue reading

Dance Photographer of the Year – Pre Launch FAQs

March is always my busiest month, with (Move-It, NottDance, Saddler’s Wells Flamenco Festival, financial year-end and more. Although I’ve done better than normal in clearing outstanding tasks, this period is going to be… Continue reading

Aire on #WordyMonday

The concept behind the flamenco word Aire would be difficult to represent even if I chose to do so using flamenco shots, but I’ve decided not to do that because Sadler’s Wells Flamenco… Continue reading

London Pride

England, Italy, Norway, Romania, Portugal, Poland, Germany, India, Bulgaria, France, Turkey, Greece, Afghanistan, Chechenia, Australia, Canada, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Hong Kong, Argentina, Georgia, Sweden, Finland… It sounds like a random list of nations,… Continue reading

Researching influences on fandangos in Huelva

The experiences I had in Huelva, during the first two days of this trip around Andalusia would have been a privilege even in times of economic plenty. Country representatives, those responsible for logistics,… Continue reading

Jondo on #WordyMonday

“It’s Hondo” says Jackie. “Yes, Jondo” I reply. I’m staying with an old friend in Gibraltar while consolidating the information gathered from two days of research on the influences and growth of the… Continue reading