Art is an aesthetic point of view, a way of seeing the world.
In my own work I make worlds on stage and invite audiences to enter them. I am concerned with light, darkness, humor, absurdity and the exquisite. Often pulling imagery from literature, nature studies and visual art, I construct abstract dances that use my personal experience studying various techniques to explore form and imagination. When it is right the intuitive voice yells “Yes that!” Half the time I spend waiting for that shout, the other half running with it once heard. I do it for the satisfaction of making a rigorous, beautiful thing; the internal becoming external.