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I am choreographer, performer with a Bachelors degree in Dance from the University of California at Irvine, Masters degree in Dance from the University of California at Los Angeles, and a Certification in Movement Analysis from the Laban Institute in New York City. My work has been presented nationally and internationally: at New York’s Dixon Place, the Oasis Festival at Chashama, the Williamsburg Art Nexus, the D.U.M.B.O Dance Festival and the Cool New York Dance Festival; in San Francisco at the West Wave Dance Festival; and in Spain and Mexico. I have also performed in works by Claire Porter/Portables. Currently, I am involved in projects involving new media and dance. I recently finished a performance video installation with new media artist Sophie Kahn.
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I use contemporary dance techniques and Laban/Bartenieff work before and during rehearsals, along with improvisation for development of material. Also, as part of my process, I photograph, video tape and record sounds as documentation.
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