I see dance as a an interface
between individual experience
and collective culture.
Relevant today as a vehicle for reclaiming spaces occupied by mass media, and as a means of bringing both performers and observers in to the present moment.
Using the lens of contemporary culture, I strive to choreograph work that boldly and intimately reflects the conflict and exhilaration of being alive now.
I want audiences to experience a heightened visceral experience of embodiment, where, like in the state between waking and dreaming, simple gestures and objects take on symbolic meaning.