Studied Architecture at Cambridge, only to graduate to dance at the end of his BA. Trained at the Rambert School and with Roger Tully then left for North America where he danced in the Louisville Ballet, Atlanta Ballet and finally Les Grands Ballets Canadiens in Montreal. Now living in England again, he takes class with the Tully Collective, sees as much dance and other performing and visual arts as possible, performs when the opportunity arises, reads widely and aims to bring all these elements together to add to the broad stream of those who are writing about dance.
Creative Disruptor who likes to make things happen in dance/art/film/books. His practice spans broadcasting, writing and book making, with exhibitions, commissions and collaborations at the Centre for Fine Print Research, Dartington Bookbindery and the British Museum as well as commissioned works by performance companies Goat Island and cupola bobber.