‘Gynoid’ Photoshoot

In ‘Gynoid’ I’m exploring movement and manipulation, as well as the relation between the machine and the human body, through hula hoops. How is our body affected by the props and tools, that we use every day? If our body is the main tool, the machine, what can influence and radically transform its appearance andContinue reading “‘Gynoid’ Photoshoot”

‘Box of Frogs’ Tour 2012

“It is the unhappy marriage of physicality and mental instability that enables Box of Frogs to convey a visceral, memorable experience. While not a typically delightful tale, the generous range of performances ensures that the sheer joy of going to the circus is not abandoned.” From a review by Terri-Anne Teo for remotegoat.co.uk In Autumn 2012,Continue reading “‘Box of Frogs’ Tour 2012”

‘OnOffice’ Magazine Feature

Anywhere can be an office. In September 2012, I collaborated with the talented Andrew Meredith, on a feature for OnOffice Magazine. OnOffice is a design magazine about workplace design, whether it is architecture, interiors or furniture. Every month they dedicate a piece to the more unusual workplaces and the people who use them. Whether a sky divingContinue reading “‘OnOffice’ Magazine Feature”

Gynoid

Here is a brand new teaser for my new glow hoop act ‘Gynoid’. In ‘Gynoid’,  I’m exploring movement and manipulation, as well as the relation between the machine and the human body, through hula hoops. How is our body affected by the props and tools, that we use every day? If our body is theContinue reading “Gynoid”

‘Box of Frogs’

In October 2011, I started working with Stumble danceCircus on a very different circus – theatre show, ‘Box of Frogs’. Under the direction of Mish Weaver, I joined another 4 circus performers and 2 musicians to explore Bipolar disorder and the connections between mental health and performance. After an extremely interesting and emotional first month of creation,Continue reading “‘Box of Frogs’”

Hula Hooping Bon Bons at Fortnum & Mason

Is it possible to fit eight hula hoopers, with 50 hoops each, in one of the world’s oldest, poshest department stores? Hell yeah! In the run – up to Christmas 2010, I had the opportunity to work with some of the best hoopers in London (including Craig Reid, Jessie Rose and Tiina Tuomisto), performing as partContinue reading “Hula Hooping Bon Bons at Fortnum & Mason”

Balagan – The Circus Music Show

Balagan (literally ‘chaos’, in German), is a state of mind, a mood, a feeling of joy and pure energy. Last August 2011, I joined forces with eight true musicians, a charismatic singer and other circus performers from all over the world to create a colourful sea of images and feelings – the Balagan show, directedContinue reading “Balagan – The Circus Music Show”

Glastonbury Festival 2011

This summer I got to live one of my dreams, as I got booked to perform in the Circus Big Top at Glastonbury Festival. Despite the extreme, hardcore conditions, it was one of the best, most fun and exciting experiences in my life. The Circus  Field was possibly one of the best areas on site, andContinue reading “Glastonbury Festival 2011”

‘Spherical Movements’

My friend, the very talented Jonathan Green, asked me to collaborate on a video project for Purpl, an independent clothing company that delivers high quality streetwear and showcases original artwork. A group of friends with different passions, we took our tools, toys and ideas to Hungry Tiger Studios, London. The result was ‘Spherical Movements’. DirectorContinue reading “‘Spherical Movements’”

International Circus Festival at the Dusseldorf Airport

In December 2010, I was selected to take part in the 2nd International Circus Festival at the Düsseldorf Airport. The talented performers came from all over the world to share a very unusual and exciting day at the German airport. The whole departure hall in the terminal was used as the performing area, which providedContinue reading “International Circus Festival at the Dusseldorf Airport”