Artist Statement


I make dances as a practice of how we live in our bodies. What bodies get to dance, what bodies do we see on stage? I make work for a range of dancer bodies to reveal the vitality of any body.


I make dances that respond to our world as it is, at this moment, pursuing dance as an ever-evolving art form of the body and of culture.


I make dances from places of vulnerability, crafting work that does not deny or transcend our humanness.