Tag Archive: London

Join us in London tomorrow evening

Invitation to join us at the Private View of an exhibition of my students’ images

Conversation with Trajal Harrell

Just before the exhibition, this brief conversation with Trajal Harrell reveals how his thinking has changed over the years and how his initial perspectives were formed.

You are walking, you are an expert

Image of Yorke Dance Company and quote from Twyla Tharp.

Quoting Alvin Ailey and racism in dance

Why I’ve quoted Ailey on racism in an upbeat photo book for my family

One Youth Dance Uncovered #YouthDance #Charity #review

2014 was an extraordinary year for One Youth Dance. Their Principal; Joanna Shaw, has done them – and herself – proud. It’s not just that the company has become a registered charity (a… Continue reading

Vuong 10 #dance #images #review

Anyone with an ounce of awareness will have seen the trend: people are relying increasingly on the internet and the intercession of communications devices for the way they interact, and sometimes to communicate… 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

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

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

Transitions on #WordyMonday

This is a cop-out because I have no time. It’s Trinity Laban’s Transitions Dance Company. I’m going through some transitions at the moment. My three month mobile phone holiday ended two weeks ago… Continue reading

2nd anniversary at City Academy

According to LinkedIn I’ve been teaching photography to City Academy Students for two years now. I’ve loved every minute. To commemorate it I thought I’d post some of the shots I’ve taken to… Continue reading