• Looking down to see up
  • Tate Modern, London
  • Research for ‘Ordinary Courage’ by Theo Clinkard (2011)
Adam Blanch, Francis Christeller, Maho Ihara, Helka Kaski, Charlie Morrissey,  Margarita Zafrilla
  • A member of the London Pride Morris Men performs at the Prince Alfred on 16th May 2012.
  • 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
  • Movement is in every move we do. 

Photographer Djeneba Aduayom
©2011 djeneba aduayom
Ferly Prado
  • Jumping into the Japanese bath during a house opening event.
  • Rehearsals at Siobhan Davies Dance
  • trying to make cycling look interesting - tricky!
  • Taken on the public beach at Santa Monica, LA. The gymnasts were from a visiting circus and it was a matter of, for once, being in the right place at the right time.
  • Choreography Janine harrington 2012
  • Collaborative project. Costume design by Natalie Khoo, Make up by Jialing Li, Dancers Clélia Vuille (Laban Dance Theater) and Malin Nilsson (Trinity Laban)
  • Choreographer: Jane Turner
A Whoopee Production
  • Long exposure to light can lead to strange reality.
  • 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
  • Dancers are athletes too. Watford Live, Herts.
60 Days of Photographing Movement
18 May – 16 July 2012 ›