PREVIOUS WORKS

CLICK ON THE WINDOWS BELOW TO SEE SOME EXAMPLES OF MY CHOREOGRAHY

ARTISTIC HISTORY:

For a detailed list of my choreographic experience & commissions click here.

DID YOU SEE MY SHOWREEL YET?

Click here to see several excepts

PLANTS AND HOPES

Maiden Voyage Dance, Belfast - performing my largest work to date. The full length show was inspired by my own struggle with cancer whilst pregnant. Created in collaboration with composer Brian Irvine.

THE REASON I JUMP

A work-in-progress duet made for DRB's 'Evolve' platform. Inspired by the words of teenage Japanese author Higashida, writing on Autism. In collaboration with composer Jeremy Clay and Visual Artist Heather Dornan Wilson who created wearable sculptures.

INSIDE OUT

Springs Dance Company, London - performing an extract of their latest full length show. Inside Out is danced to the voices of people's personal stories of faith. This extract features one woman sharing about her struggles in marriage and how her faith helps her.

BREAD OF LIFE

Springs Dance Company, performing at Southwark Cathedral. First appearing as 'Living the Eucharist' - the piece explores the concepts surrounding Bread and Wine in the Christian faith. In essence it is about invitation and response.

DREAM A LITTLE DREAM

For Maiden Voyage Dance's 'Dance Exposed' project 2010 (Dress run in St Anne's Square Belfast). A couple decide to be stars for the day and play out their dream of red carpet fame.

MANY WORLDS

Commissioned by De Stilte, Holland - this ia a collaboration with visual artist Xue Mu. Presented in a room with the audience seated around this was a performance experience for children and their families to enjoy together.

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT Maiden Voyage Dance

This is a sharing of four days of research, collaborating with animation and projections artist Graham Robinson.

BUBBLELOON

In collaboration with actor/director Jenny Long, this 30 minute show for young children is a tale of friendship with all its ups and downs, and a magical red ballon.

I am one half of the performing duo called Toot-Toot productions.

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