I’m really pleased to share this interview for Monocle 24 Radio show, The Urbanist, from earlier this week. The show’s topic is “Cities for All Ages”… We discuss how Counterpoint Dance Company are challenging people to thing differently about ageing and to reconsider the stereotyped iedas of older people, particularly […]
The Elixir Festival, which finished on Monday, was one of the most fulfilling events in dance that I’ve had the pleasure to be part of. Sadler’s Wells produced an amazing variety of shows, over four days, to cater for all types of audiences. Both on the main stage and in […]
Hi There! I created Letter Home to be part of this year’s memorials of WWI. The full article will follow soon but for now, here are 3 pictures from the show on Wednesday at Dance Base, for Edinburgh Fringe 2014.
I was recently commissioned by Capital Age Festival to choreograph a short piece for film, as part of their season of celebrating the creativity of older men. These photos are some rather candid shots of the half day of filming we did and I’ve just seen the final cut of […]
I think it’s safe to say that most of us want to enjoy dancing. And in my opinion, the best way to increase our enjoyment is to get better at it!
Literally, do you imagine what you’re going to do BEFORE you do it? Do you see yourself in your mind’s eye before you try to reproduce it with your own body? Imagining. Seeing in your minds eye. Visualising