• Channeling Muybridge for this sequence of R and AM spining
  • This image captures how it feels to be at a music festival. The observers are as interesting as the Horseman.
  • Arrangement is a new work by choreographer Joe Moran for an international company of male dancers to be premiered in 2012.
  • Dance artist and craft artist: Laila Diallo and Helen Carnac explore working togther as part of Siobhan Davies' Side By Side project
  • Boy fills hat with stones, puts on hat.
  • Rehearsals at Siobhan Davies Dance
  • This was taken in the Basilica Cistern, it is the largest of several hundred ancient cisterns that lie beneath the city of Istanbul. The fish seemed to be fed coins.
  • An Olympic torchbearer passes through Marazion on 19th May 2012 as the torch begins its 70 day trek through the UK in the build up to the London 2012 games.
  • Laila Carnac and Helen Carnac explore working together as part of Siobhan Davies Dance's Side By Side project.
  • This man, rose, bathed and he did climb up upon the sand dune, and he was thankful for the sun, the sea, the sky, and he did give thanks to his god.  And Gorm did shoot it with a long lens from afar, and it was all good.
  • Runner #29579 approaches the 25 mile point of the London Marathon on 23rd April 2012.
  • A man navigates through Oxford Circus on the morning of 2nd May 2012.
  • 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.
  • I have struggled for a long time with the tensions of representing movement through a 2D static form. This image displays in a frozen moment the duration of a phrase of movement; which it is not possible to fully experience with the naked eye
  • 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.
  • 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
60 Days of Photographing Movement
18 May – 16 July 2012 ›