Tag Archive: documentary dance photography

Practice, Wayne McGregor

Wayne McGregor | Random dance’s ATOMOS and quote by McGregor, (c) Carole Edrich 2015 The dance quote I’ve selected this week is from Wayne McGregor; “I like to practise. With every new piece,… Continue reading

Seeta Patel: Subtle and Intense #Bharatanatyam

I’ve just had a short phone conversation with Seeta Patel for something to go with the image I hope will be taken by LondonDance.com. I know virtually nothing about Bharatanatyam but was fascinated… Continue reading

‘Funmi Adewole on Dance in Africa

If one accepts that summarising the dances of just one culture could become a life’s work, then summarising the complexities and interrelations of the entire continent of Africa is likely to be taken… Continue reading

Image representing dyslexia on #WordyMonday

I’ve chosen the word ‘dyslexia’ to interpret in photographic form as part of today’s WordyMonday word because of the lasting impression left on me by a curation by Zamira Kate (her first, I’m… Continue reading

Transient on #WordyMonday

Today I’ve used one of my shots of the largest Aboriginal dance festival in the world to denote the word transient, partly because I was visiting for such a short time but also… Continue reading

Photographic interpretation of repetition on #wordymonday

Not exactly a dance image, but I am interviewing Martyn Jacques for the book next week and this is a very different interpretation of the word to any I’d have taken directly from… Continue reading

City Academy Showcase

City Academy Showcase (c) Carole Edrich 2012 I’m very pressed for time at the moment. I have a small operation next week and am working hard to get everything done before then. This… Continue reading

OMI + Water Marks

Toni Adigun’s OMI performed at Sadler’s Wells Breakin’ Convention (c) Carole Edrich 2012 After long consideration I’ve decided to tone down the watermark on my photographs and; apart from on facebook, will instead… Continue reading

Words Worth at Lilian Baylis Theatre

All images: Dancers performing Anton Du Beke’s Easy to Love at the Lilian Baylis Theatre I had a lovely evening watching Words Worth tonight after the  photo call earlier. The show itself was… Continue reading

Dancing together at Gawai in Sarawak #6

Both images: Dancers and visitors celebrate Gawai by dancing together. Sarawak, Malaysia In Sarawak everyone I met was friendly, making conversation was easy and all my questions were answered enthusiastically which meant I… Continue reading