• The Princess Royal on her way to St. James's Palace.
  • We just came across this beautiful woods and stream quite by chance - I have since tried to find this place without any luck.  My boys spent hours happily throwing stones in the water.
  • Aurelie Bauer and Dana Macpherson. Nomadic Dance Explorations
  • One of the very first films I made was partly shot under water. Ever since then I’ve been fascinated with how water and light distorts and plays games with bodies and movement. These two images were taken when I was making Seven Ways South for Siobhan Davies Projects and were made using a disposable Fuji underwater camera. (And required me to swim under water to take them!)
  • the joy of 2 dancers who are so graceful whilst improvising together unaware of the beautiful shapes they are creating
  • I’ve included these images because they contain several elements I’m very interested in – visual repetition – how the hands echo and yet differ from each other in the photo above on the right, as well as the use of the edge of frame to play with what we see and don’t see – decentering our attention – as can be seen in the photo directly above.
  • Jumping into the Japanese bath during a house opening event.
  • Movement is in every move we do. 

Photographer Djeneba Aduayom
©2011 djeneba aduayom
Ferly Prado
  • Movement in Fashion
  • Signer and Presenter
  • London 2012
  • Rehearsals at YMCA, Stockewell.
  • Madness...is to leave your body 
in order to find your soul.
It's the gorge of a precipice,
a necessary loneliness...
It is to lose yourself for an expectation,
an illusion, a dream, someone,
someone who is no one, for you
  • Traces was a community dance performance project involving 80 dancers, inspired by the traces people and the environment leave in woodlands.  It was presented at Alice Holt Forest in Farnham, Surrey.

Photography by Miles Harfield
60 Days of Photographing Movement
18 May – 16 July 2012 ›