• A contemporary Caribbean dance reflecting the power of the elements. Choreographer: Carl Campbell. Photographer: Phillip Polglaze. Dancers: Students of Southwark College.
  • Shot at Eden Project's Summer Sessions 2010
  • Dancers are athletes too. Watford Live, Herts.
  • 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)
  • I love the fact that Samba in Rio is just what happens day in day out - in a bar or on a street...
  • 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.
  • The Princess Royal on her way to St. James's Palace.
  • Signer and Presenter
  • Research for ‘Ordinary Courage’ by Theo Clinkard (2011)
Adam Blanch, Francis Christeller, Maho Ihara, Helka Kaski, Charlie Morrissey,  Margarita Zafrilla
  • Arrangement is a new work by choreographer Joe Moran for an international company of male dancers to be premiered in 2012.
  • These are photos I took with my phone simply to record the moment in my memory!
  • Daryl Roth Theatre
101 East 15th Street at Union Square East

New York, July 2010
  • Channeling Muybridge for this sequence of R and AM spining
  • Whirling Dervish at Claremont.
  • 5 dancers converge in a melee of movement
60 Days of Photographing Movement
18 May – 16 July 2012

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