2019 started with a real bang for me, as I manifested one of the gigs I had been wanting to do for a while – Rainbow Serpent Festival, Australia.
It was an incredible adventure flying to the other side of the world to share my art with a tribe of old and new friends.
This festival is unlike any others I’ve performed at before – with its beautiful site and art installations, incredible sound systems shooting a wide variety of music, there is at its very core a strongly felt desire to provide a platform for self expression, discovery and connection.
Big thanks to Rainbow Serpent and especially to the crew at the Fiasco stage for welcoming me and my hoops open heartedly. Australia, you are blowing my mind.
This Christmas brought me back to my roots as I got to spin fire every night with the amazing Grace Billings from Flame Oz, as part of the Cirque Lumiere Christmas parties – a circus extravaganza set in the beautiful Bloomsbury Big Top, London.
You may remember that Grace and I collaborated before, on the creation of ‘Teardrop’, an exquisite LED hula hoop act that combines dance and smart technology LED hoops.
This season we not only got to perform our hoop duo, but we also devised a sassy fire act that combines fire eating, fire ropes and lyco – HUGE FLAMES!
A lot of fun was had and I’m looking forward to fresh collaborations with Flame Oz in the new year. Thanks to the whole cast and crew in the Big Top, we made a lot of people happy!
I have been collaborating with The Immersive Ensemble for a while now – I just love performing with this crew and transporting guests into the wonderful jazz age, with all its fun and glamour.
This Christmas, not only did we take over the majestic Taj Hotel, St James Court, London, for a run of Christmas parties, we also performed at Somerley House to entertain Muse and their guests during Chris Wolstenholme’s wedding celebrations. SO EXCITING!
Here’s to more incredible adventures in the new year!
August 1st, 2018 marked the first anniversary of Bitcoin’s Rebirth, with official celebrations in London, Paris and Hong Kong. At the London party, I joined Black Birdcage to entertain guests with my LED hoops.
Stable, steady, tremoring to her inner vibration, sensitive and present, she plays, intention free, to the rhythm of reality and in this way, each moment, she realises her true nature.
A night of unconditional love, connecting with my Why Nam tribe, sharing visions and stories, as we inspire and learn from each other, whilst creating magic and beauty through different art forms. Infinite gratitude to the beautiful creatures who crossed my jungle path and shared their stories with me. Words cannot express my feelings for you.. Until next time – kewp khun ka.
Filmed and cut by Ly Le on Why Nam beach, Koh Phangan, March 2018.