• This is a landmark image of living in Brighton. Through the winter every night at dusk the starlings gather in their thousands around the pier and have a party! The patterns and shapes they make is an intricate, complex and immaculate choreography that could never be reproduced. (Alamy, 2010)
  • trying to make cycling look interesting - tricky!
  • These are the amazing Newcastle Kingsmen Rapper Sword Dancers http://www.kingsmen.co.uk/, who inspired part of Dances With Purpose, the piece I made recently for EDge Dance Company. Not to be confused with what Jay-Z does, rapper sword is a fantastic folk dance form traditionally associated with the North East of England and the Kingsmen do it brilliantly. 
Watch them here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hKnX7-QOa60

, Photo by John Asher
  • Rehearsals for the Big Dance Microgrant award to Laura Aldridge, featuring children from Fircroft School, Tooting Bec.
  • Rain didn't stop play.
  • One evening I walked from Waterloo Station up the Embankment to London Bridge, across the bridge, then weaved my way through the centre of London until I reached Leicester Square and Charing Cross. All the time photographing the movement of people through London in the early hours of the evening with the multitude of lights scattered around the city.
  • Ade sat at the back of the bike is blind. He is taking part in a fun dance piece that uses bicycles to empower movement in space and time. I've used flash and a long exposure to frame their pedalling motion.
  • Final sharing of the Tandem Ballet R&D on 10 July 2012.  HUGE thanks to all.  more images & info @ www.bicycleballet.co.uk
  • A fun experiment in the park - I was so delighted when this photograph emerged from the collection!
  • Borough Market
  • Taken at the Bugjam festival. These freestyle motorcross riders never cease to amaze me!
  • Arrangement is a new work by choreographer Joe Moran for an international company of male dancers to be premiered in 2012.
  • A new commission, choreographed by Charlotte Spencer, Janine Harrington and Vanessa Cook, and performed by 25 south London young people for Big Dance 2012
  • Collaborative project.
Costume design by Natalie Khoo
Make up by Jialing Li
Dancers Clélia Vuille (Laban Dance Theater)
  • The shadow of the tree fills the foreground and leads our eye to the small figure in the background.
  • Ignoring the terrible silence that screams behind
60 Days of Photographing Movement
18 May – 16 July 2012 ›