I am an interdisciplinary performance maker and practice-based researcher based in Bristol. I mostly make contemporary performance work which sits in the fuzzy space between dance, performance art, film, philosophy and sometimes something else entirely.
Heavily influenced by philosophical theories of being-in-the-world, I create work which aims to challenge my audience’s perception of time and space in relation to lived experience and the human condition. Recurrent themes include imagination, memory, intuition, scale and site. I am also fascinated with projecting light and film during performance, particularly onto unconventional sites, in order to highlight hidden or ‘invisible’ spaces.
My current research explores performative re-imaginings of micro and macro scale in relation to environmental crisis.
I have a first-class degree in Dance and Culture Studies from the University of Surrey, and am currently studying towards an MRes in Choreography and Performance at the University of Roehampton.