Image by Shuttermain.
Director | Producer | Choreographer
2019 | Due West Festival
A performance piece crafted by the next generation of creative voices, developed collectively by emerging hip hop dancers from local non-profit organisation L2R Dance. Through the piece, the performers explored the rhythmic exchange between movement and music in a showcase that celebrates the many cultural communities coexisting in Melbourne’s West.
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2019 | Dance Massive | Art Centre Melbourne
Dance Massive’s flagship public event, BATTLE MASSIVE created an engaging environment showcasing the diverse street dance communities that give our city vibrance all year round. Partnering with local dance communities including Brothers in Arms, Metaphysical Groove, Kiki House of Devine, Burn City Krump and Young Masters, to co-curate the event, mixing the traditional “Battle” format with a series of performances that show each community in their truest form.
Image by Paul Huynh.
9DIMES: You + Universe
Co-Director | Co-Producer | Choreographer
2018 | Playhouse Theatre
Taking audiences on an intimate journey to the outer edges of the universe and back again, 9DIMES fuses urban and contemporary dance performed by a cast of multicultural dancers, holographic 3D overlays and a mind-expanding soundtrack. Putting relationships, identity and mortality under the microscope, 9Dimes: You + The Universe aims to refract the poetry of everyday living through the lens of space-time theory.
Image by Yoav Lester.
2012 - Current | Various Locations
A public activation that creates an engaging environment showcasing the diverse street dance communities that give our city vibrance all year round. An initiative to promote Australia's street dance culture through a large scale crowd judged freestyle dance battle held in public spaces. Over 15 iterations across 8 years in spaces such as Federation Square, Art Centre Melbourne, Campbell Arcade, Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne Central and University of Kent (UK).
Image by Vanessa Napiza.
Co-Director | Co-Producer
2015 | Big West festival
Fusing a multitude of contemporary urban mediums including live electronic music, projection-design and various hiphop dance styles, Factory Reset explores the historical role of industrial development -- mass migration, aesthetic significance, relationships between man and industry -- in forging the dynamic and diverse communities of Melbourne's west.