Choreographic practice

Stand by Me (2014)
Performance for DMU’s University Dance Festival, at Curve Theatre
My mother is not Julie Andrews and other fascinating revelations (2014)
Research residency in collaboration with my mother at C-DaRE (Coventry University).
If I were you (2013)
Choreographed with young children and their families to explore their aspirations for one another.
Xmas Flash mob (2012)
Choreographed performance for 25 community participants, performed at Coventry train station. Commissioned by Talking Birds and Coventry city council.
Families Dancing (2012)
Choreographed for families in collaboration with musician Noel Warr. Commissioned by Summer Dancing festival 2012.
You are Here (2010)
Choreographed and performed with Lily Hayward-Smith, Tara Rutter and Gemma Collard-Stokes. Commissioned by Talking Birds and Coventry City Council.
These fraid edges (2010)
Choreographed and performed with Lily Hayward-Smith and Adam Moore, at Coventry Cathedral. Commissioned by Summer Dancing 2010.
Just these fraid edges (2009)
Choreographed and performed with Lily Hayward-Smith, Adam Moore and Michaël Lacoult, at Ellen Terry Dance Theatre.
It Travels… (2009)
Choreographed and performed with Lily Hayward-Smith and Tara Rutter. Commissioned by Cecilia Macfarlane for Dorchester Abbey
Viewpoint (2008)
with Dave Andrews and Rachel Owen, a community dance and film project, commissioned by Coventry University
Reconciliation (2008)
Choreographed and performed with Lily Hayward-Smith, Sarah Clout, Beth Anderson and Oxford Youth Dance
Summer site project (2007)
Summer explorative workshops and performance making, working with young dancers in Kent. Collaborative project with Rachel Owen. Commissioned by Coventry University.

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