2019 With Our Shadows, live motion capture data from the dancers is projected in realtime on stage, Laban Theater, London, UK
2018 Glass on Glass, dance for camera, film by Reynir Hutber, London, UK
2018 Becoming Hardware, short film, Laban Studio Theater, London, UK
2018 Glitch, MaxMSP creative coding and live performance, Laban Studio Theater, London, UK
2018 Computer Vision music video, a choreographic experiment using Kinect, London, UK
2017 See Her, Sheung Wan Culture Centre, as Resident artist at HKIDF, Hong Kong, HK
2017 Set Sail, The Place Theater, as part of Resolutions, London, UK
2016 Pomack, Aerial Arena Arts Center, London, UK
2015 Silence/ In Blue, Turner Contemporary Museum Margate, UK
2015 Untitled, The Actors Fund Arts Center, Brooklyn, NY, USA
2013 Residency & Performance, La Caldera, as part of BIDE Barcelona, Spain
"Has magnetic appeal. The alchemy on stage is engrossing."
Cathy Culver, Voice Magazine
"An experience full and complete. Remarkable."
Jenny Gilbert, The Independent
"a wonderful mix of fluidity and strength... masterfully executed."
The bellow are academic research articles I've published by peer review.
Find more publications of my work at Medium.
Contemporary dancing, embodied practices and wellbeing during digital times
Culture, Health and Wellbeing International Conference 2021
Arts & Health South West hosted with the Culture, Health and Wellbeing Alliance
United Kingdom, June 2021
Explorations of motion capture data for Choreographers
Somatics based dance choreography and computer programming for live performance
7th Movement and Computing Conference
Rutgers University, New Jersey July 2020
Resilience - Parallel spaces, self-caring, and heterotopias
Social media, specifically Instagram, and somatics practices as fluid heterotopias; parallel spaces of self-caring and resilience
Dance Studies Association
Conference Vancouver, October 2020 (cancelled)
London Centre for Interdisciplinary Research, July 2020 (online)
Improvisation, Avatars and New Media
hosted by Coventry University
Performance Knowledges: Transmission, Composition, Praxis, University of Malta, March 2020
Re-imagining the Future of Dance in Higher Education through Fred Moten's Fugativity and Andre Lepeckie's Choreopolitics
"Dance first. Think later." ~Samuel Beckett
Tisch School of the Arts, New York University, May 2015