26-30/09/16: Residency at Yorkshire Dance. Sharing: Friday 30th, 2pm.
30/08-02/09/16: Residency at Dance City. Professional class: Tuesday-Thursday, 10-11.30am. Sharing: Friday 2nd, 4pm.
11-13/09/15: Attending Digital Lab/Post-Digital Playground workshop led by Dirty Electronis, Coney, Blast Theory and David Varela as part of Choreodrome at The Place.
08-15/08/15: Participation in a research week with choreographer Deborah Hay in Findhorn, Scotland. Supported by Lisa Ullmann Travelling Scholarship Fund.
24-26/07/15: Attending Practice meets Research workshop led by Clod Ensemble as part of Choreodrome at The Place in collaboration with Cultural Institute at King’s College London.
22-23/05/15: Performing Group Study, a scientific experiment by choreographer Matthias Sperling and cognitive scientist Guido Orgs. Antonin Artaud Theatre at Brunel University, 3pm and 5 pm on the 22nd, and 1pm, 3pm and 5pm on the 23rd.
18/03/15: Awarded Lisa Ullmann Travelling Scholarship Fund to attend a research workshop with choreographer Deborah Hay in Findhorn, Scotland, 8th-15th August 2015.
23/01/15: Arts Council England approves a Grants for the arts for the production of 10,000 litres (working title – Behaviour of Breath). The work is commissioned by The Place and supported by Dance4, Citymoves and Chelsea Theatre.
25, 27/09/14: Performing in Amy Watson’s Public Displays of Affection at London Bridge Live Arts festival. 25/09/14 at 4pm and 6pm, 27/09/14 at 1pm and 3pm at The Quadrangle, King’s College London, Guy’s Campus.
14-20/09/14: Studio research with performance artist Wen Chin Fu, Den Haag.
08-12/09/14: Participation in Deborah Hay’s workshop Doing With Less at Independent Dance.
15/06/14: Performing with OPENLAB at Feat-17, William Morris Gallery, Fores Road, London E17 4PP, at 2pm.
08/05/14: Awarded a Grants for the arts from Arts Council England for the research and development of Behaviour of Breath (working title). The work is commissioned by The Place and further supported by Dance4, Greenwich Dance, University of Roehampton and King’s College London.