Tag Archive: sadler’s wells

Cedar Lake Triple Bill (a photocall view)

Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet was at Sadler’s Wells yesterday and today, and now travels to 4 other venues in the UK courtesy of Dance Consortium. I loved the light; the way the rippling… Continue reading

Photographs that can change the impression of a performance

All images: Yolande Yorke-Edgell dancing Marilyn Monroe on a stage with a sculpture by Sally McKay in the performance Noted at the Lilian Baylis Studio. Power of Photography series #3 (#1, #2) Continuing… Continue reading

How the power of photography can change perceptions

All images: Yolande Yorke-Edgell dancing Marilyn Monroe in Noted at the Lilian Baylis Studio Power of Photography Series #2 (#1, #3) These first two shots show the dancer to one side of the… Continue reading

Using Yolande Yorke-Egell’s portrayal of Marilyn Munroe to show the power of photography

All images: Yolande Yorke-Edgell dancing as Marylin Monroe in Noted with a sculpture by Sally McKay Power of Photography Series #1 (#2, #3) My photographs of Yolande Yorke-Edgell dancing as Marylin Monroe by… Continue reading

Escuela de Baile kids at rehearsal

I’ve processed another batch of images from the Escuela de Baile School Spectacular (featured before here and here) so decided to post this shot to mark it – 5 more batches to go!… Continue reading

avant flyers

I rediscovered this while getting some images together for a proposal I’m working on today. It reminds me how lucky I was at this year’s Breakin’ Convention, when I only received permission to… Continue reading

breakin’ improv

This shot was taken from the first improvisation session at Breakin’ Convention 2011. Another festival where it’s not possible to shoot everything, and where you know the one or two pieces you miss… Continue reading

tango kick

More from Tango Fire’s performance in April 2011, because this couple was supremely well coordinated.

face(d) tango

Tango Fire’s performance in April 2011 used lots of dry ice, which made for interesting lighting effects, but I like this shot best because seeing it gave me an additional insight. The dancers… Continue reading