Direction and Choreography
Movement style includes aspects of martial arts tricking, dance, partnered acrobatics and parkour. Has experience with contact staff, fire object manipulation, weapons and stage combat.
Performance experience has included working with teams both large and small, choreographic creation, team-based acrobatics/stunts, both live and in front of the camera, fusing art forms and more.
DIRECTION AND CHOREOGRAPHY
Parkour has become very popular in media over the last decade or so. It's being incorporated in movies and stories around the world, joining the likes of martial arts tricking for combat choreography and circus acrobatics for spectacular team-based moves.
If you're looking to incorporate some dynamic movements and obstacle negotiation in your production, whether it is a live performance or for the camera, do get in touch!