A fun online movement class designed for the whole family for the Oak National Academy Assembly 2020

Back in June 2020 I was contacted by the team at Tes Global and asked if I could design a quick, fun, inclusive movement class to be delivered online as part of the Oak National Academy online assembly series. Of course I was thrilled to be asked even when faced with the challenge of fitting [...]

Dance & precariousness

After reading todays Guardian article Side hustle essential: how Covid brought dancers to their knees by Lyndsey Winship, I was compelled to reflect on my past decades worth of work and the underlying precarity that I have managed to withstand as I have navigated the rocky terrain of the arts world. I never really thought [...]


Trinity Laban Voices in Motion over 60's dancers, 2019 To all my fellow #dance & #performance pals I’ve seen so many of you shifting your practice and embracing the digital to connect with existing and new participants globally! Generously turning your living spaces into home studios and helping people get out of their seats and their minds and really [...]

Igor and Moreno | Spot the Difference

Spot the Difference, was the first iteration of the piece A Room for All our Tomorrows by London-based performance duo Igor x Moreno in collaboration with Aoife McAtamney. The work deals with themes of identity, belonging and uniqueness. In Spot the Difference Moreno and Aoife - with Igor creating with them from the outside - [...]

Public Displays of Affection | Nylon Theatre

In 2013, I performed as part of Nylon Theatre in their site specific work Public Displays of Affection at London Bridge Live Arts Festival. The work - a promenade piece - weaved playful improvisation and audience interactivity with choreographic games and rhythmic gestures.  REVIEW: NYLON THEATRE - PUBLIC DISPLAYS OF AFFECTION - KING’S COLLEGE MEMORIAL [...]