In all my practice as a dance artist, my key aim is to encourage artistic growth as well as inspire and nourish the development of inquisitive, independent and confident dancers and performers.
My community dance practice has primarily been informed by the unique methodology of Dance United. Within this framework, I have successfully directed numerous projects with vulnerable young people and young adults with mental health conditions. I continue to develop this approach in a range of performance-led projects and am developing its theoretical foundation within the context of my doctoral research at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich.
As a lecturer in higher education, I have taught Contemporary Technique as part of the BA in Dance: Urban Practice at the University of East London and provided numerous workshops on my artistic practice. I continue to give visiting lectures at various universities as well as workshops at international festivals and conferences.
Current work includes: