I'm delighted to be presenting, sharing and joining with a network of incredible artists and experienced thinkers and movers at the upcoming People Dancing conference in Glasgow.
This conference comes at a time when many threads of my practice, experience, thinking and research are converging and I look forward to the opportunity to share this through the theme of dance with people with Parkinson's. Read More
Look into the dark space... there you see the unknown, full of possibility, undiscovered worlds, freedom from reality, a chance to escape... Read More
My research started with a big question: 'what is happening here!?'. Based on my practice in community dance, I continue to be intrigued by the role of the artist, power dynamics in the dance studio, self actualisation, and dancers ability to take ownership over their dancing experience. A good place to start seemed to be an analysis of the function of the artist as a leader. Therefore immediately a number of other questions came to be important...
I am delighted to be leading the introduction to dancing with Parkinson's course at the People Danicng Summer School for the third year alongside expert in the field and pioneer of the Mark Morris Dance Group Dance for PD programme David Leventhal. Read More
I'm recently increasingly preoccupied with the question, of artistry in teaching. What is it? Where is it? Why should we have to be talking about it? Read More