Solo & Independent Works
Role: Choreography & Performance
(2020): 'Moment', a collection of solo short movement video works. Commissioned by Greater Manchester Combined Authority .
(2019): 'Entertaining A Small Place', as part of 'They Gather' research and development performed at University of Salford.
(2018 - current): 'Sufi In The City', outcomes presented at Whitworth Art Gallery and Evaluating Methods of Aesthetic Enquiry across Disciplines: International Leverhulme Network Manchester workshop.
(2016): 'Inner Terra', performed in TURN 2016 at Contact (Manchester), University of Salford alongside a seminar and masterclass and as part of the triple bill 'Personal / All' opening Supercell Festival Of Contemporary Dance.
(2016): 'Because of Gravity', was created and presented as part of The Future a partnership between Rambert and The Lowry and has been performed as part of The Lowry's 'After Hours In The Galleries' series.
(2015): 'Never The Foxes', commissioned by Moving Dance Forward. Presented at Unity (Liverpool) and Contact (Manchester).
(2015): 'YES Move. NO Move. (Moved?), realised within the framework of BeSpectACTive! Research residency sharings with 51 Cultural Society in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Tanec Praha in Prague, Czech Republic and Radu Stanca National Theatre in Sibiu,
(2009 - 2010): 'Three Crows on the Road' by The GEF House Experiment, 2009 TURN Prize Winner. Presented at greenroom, Manchester and Urban Moves International Dance Festival.
(2006 - 2012): 'Aquarist Nimble' presented to date at Dance Daze as part of Lakes Alive (Penrith), Mintfest (Kendal), Urban Moves International Dance Festival (Manchester), City Steps (Liverpool) and used as the inspiration for Z-arts entry into the 2011 Manchester Day Parade.
(2010): 'Red Rain' commissioned by moves - International Festival of Movement on Screen and The Watching Dance Project. Presented at moves - International Festival Of Movement On Screen & Kinesthetics Empathy Concepts & Contexts (Manchester, UK) and Mercy’s Midnight Specials at The Cooperative for Liverpool Biennial (UK).
(2017-2018): 'VIVA...Reverb' by Joseph Lau
Role: Collaborating Performer
A new work in development choreographed by Joseph Lau with outcomes performed at 'Derelict' (Preston, UK) at University of Salford.
(2012): 'Hotel Methuselah' by imitating the dog
Role: Weird Woman (touring cast)
Performed at Cena Brasil Internacional, Rio de Janeiro.
(2010-2011): 'Abandoned Things: A Static Change Project' by Joseph Lau
Role: Collaborating Performer
The 2010 TURN Prize winning full-length work. 2011 premiere at greenroom (Manchester). Research and development extracts presented at Live Bites (Leeds) and TURN (Manchester).
(2008): John Haag
Role: Movement Artist
Motion capture research project
(2007-2008): Rosetta Cook
Creative research for the short film project 'The Last Tango In Sunnybamk', including training in Argentinean Tango.
(2005-2006): 'Accented Body', Director/ Producer Cheryl Stock
Role: Performer/ Choreographer & Curatorial Assistant
A large scale international, intercultural and interdisciplinary project presented in the 2006 Brisbane International Festival. Performing in works by Cheryl Stock, Hellen Sky and Sarah Rubidge.
(2005): 'Latin Rhumba with The Queensland Orchestra'
Choreographed by Tarcisio Teatini Climaco. Performed at Brisbane Town Hall.
(2002-2005): Buzz Dance Theatre
Role: Company Dancer including state and national touring in remote, regional and urban Australia.
Performing in works by Paige Gordon, Felicity Bott and Carol Wellman Kelly, as well as Rachel Usher and Joseph Lau for The Honey Season (dancer’s studio season).
(2000): 'Dance. Dance. Dance.' with The Queensland Orchestra
Role: Performer & Co-Choreographer with Kristen Bell
Performed at the Concert Hall, Queensland Performing Arts Complex.
(2000): 'Junctions' ProDanceNet
'Maria’ choreographed by Louise Deleur, and ‘Vergehen’ choreographed by Joseph Lau. The Visy Theatre, The Brisbane Powerhouse.
(2000): 'Moving Visions' at The Queensland Art Gallery
Choreographed by Wendy Wallace.
(2000): 'Remnants in Space at The Queensland Art Gallery
Choreographed by Joseph Lau.