A collaboration with the brilliant writer and performer Eirini Kartsaki. Toothache Duets was not about dental decay or tooth fractures, ulcers or wisdom teeth. It was about being apart and yet making things together.
A double bill of works by choreographers Bettina Strickler and Robert Clark with Shift Dance, the MA Dance Performance and Choreography repertory performance company at the University of Bedfordshire.
An AHRC, EPSRC, and JISC funded e-Dance Project led by Professor Helen Bailey at the University of Bedfordshire which explored the relationship of dance and e-Science through practice-led research.
Grappling was a performance project which contributed to the practical component of Dr April Nunes-Tucker’s practice-led PhD. It explored notions of performance persona which emerged in the performative dance event.
A performance with the Bedfordshire Youth Dance Company (BYDC) in the 2008 National Youth Dance Festival at The Peacock Theatre in London. We were one of three youth dance companies chosen to represent our region.
This is a First Class Piece of Work was the final year group choreography for my undergraduate. It explored the concept of subliminal messaging and the role media plays in constructing gender stereotypes.
Perfectly Imperfect was a solo performance which looked to challenge the notion of the use of a singular instrument; the body. The concept of a distorted image of oneself was reflected in the use of a camera as mirror.
An-At-Omy was a group piece choreographed in the 2nd year of studies at De Montfort University. The starting point for the piece was the capacity of film and projection to fragment and distort the body.