Blind spots

A "something which causes" is substance,

A "nothing which does" is a void.

There is a name, there is a substance

- Then it occupies a place with other things.

There is no name, there is no substance

- Then it occupies the void between things.

What can be said, what can it be conceived,

Recedes from it farther the more you say.

~Chuang Tzu


Nono is an ongoing movement study of stillness, impulse and spontaneity. 

The solo looks at the relationship one has with past, present and the imprints that remain.

Performance at Pavillion Dance South West, Bournemouth, UK. October 2017

The Reservoir

Inspired by Jean-Dominque Bauby’s book The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, this duet explores transitional states of disembodiment and a sense of release through memory and imagination. The impulsive and rhythmic music, composed by solo cellist and producer Oliver Coates, is imbued with dreamlike patterns and submerged echoes.

Wilton's Strike Festival 2016 - Wilton's Music Hall, London, UK

Commissioned by Wilton's Music Hall

Bedum bedum

"Please while make on allow for the at to occur destination via hard board side connections between minding once you have left no no no please enter within has been SCHWINDON!!!!"

bedum bedum  is a dance piece on the theme of disorder.

Ignition Dance Festival 2016 - Rose Theatre Kingston, Kingston, UK

Commissioned by Dance West and Kingston University


Inspired by the alliance of women with nature in nomadic culture, Ukok explores the intuition and vigilance of the feminine figure.

British Spanish Society Gala 2015 - The Place, London , UK

Commissioned by Graham Watts OBE, Fabiana Jaramillo and British Spanish Society

My Dust Will Tell

My Dust Will Tell is a journey of courage, exploring the urge of escaping from what may be imposed on us.

"This process has allowed me to go beyond my boundaries, I have been able to relate real memories to every moment of the choreography which have evoked a natural symbiosis of movement and emotion from the beginning of the creation. Every day in the studio has been a new challenge, a new discovery of my own self"

                        Piedad Albarracín Séiquer 
Resolution 2015 - The Place. London

Entre Tú y Yo

Every ego is continuously struggling for survival, trying to protect and enlarge itself. To uphold the "I" thought it needs the opposite thought of "the other".


~Eckhart Tolle

Entre Tú y Yo is a portrayal of dependency and confrontation within the illusory sense of self.

Rambert Evening of Choreogarphy 2013 - Lilian Baylis Theatre (Sadler's Wells), London, UK