Tag Archive: dancers

Image representing ‘Something Nice’ on wordymonday

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A long time ago, when I asked for suggestions of words that I could represent in the form of dance images, Nga joined in the conversatin to suggest ‘something nice’. It must have… Continue reading

dance image representing support on #wordymonday

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I covered the One Youth Dance Pyjama Danceathon at Platform on Saturday. As always the young dancers were enthusiastic, skilled and inspiring in the way they dance, work together and support each other.… Continue reading

Watch the Dot Dot Dots #flamenco #dance

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I’ve been following Dot Dot Dot for a while, having come across Yinka Esi Graves while researching one of the long term projects I have on the burn. They’re an interesting group, fronted… Continue reading

It’s all about the dog (and tango of course) #dance #photos #tandatuesday

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It’s always great when I find a new perspective from which to show the social dances I shoot so I was really happy to discover that neither dog nor owner minded my including… Continue reading

Popin’ Pete’s Pop Shop and the Summer of Love

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I’ve just filed a piece on The Bridge and Popin’ Pete’s Pop Shop with LondonDance.com. Big Up (as they say) to Kate Scanlan and team from Scanners Inc for providing what was a… Continue reading

dance image representing evanescent on #wordymonday

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This week I’ve chosen the word evanescent to represent in dance photos for #WordyMonday. It’s a bit of a cop-out, since I chose it because of the images I wanted to share rather… Continue reading

epiplexy on #wordymonday

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I found the word epiplexy while working my way through the wonderful Luciferous Logolepsy. The word is particularly personally apposite at the moment and is also represented well by Zamira Kate‘s choreography Six… Continue reading

Acclivity on #wordymonday

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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

Enfant Serendipity

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Should English be used in an aesthetically appealing way or is bald grammar and jangling words like ‘virtuosic’ be enough?  Is clarity in language an absolute or does it depend on the target… Continue reading

Reprise on #WordyMonday

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This week I created a mosaic comprising a random selection of images from some of my favourite performances and experiences, with template from one of my all time favourite shots of the year,… Continue reading