Dance Biography
What I Do
Who I Am
What Clients Say
Movement at Work


I am a South African, living in London, and I have a 30 year dance career ranging from West End, Film and TV to community projects. I specialise in the use of instinctive movement, extending performers' range and creating good working relationships.


Widows ~ by Ariel Dorfman
Movement Direction
Director: Jacob Murray
Oval House Theatre, London

2008 Women on the Move
Movement & Theatre Improvisation
Cape Town, South Africa
2007 Fiddler on the Roof
Research Assistance
Choreographer: Kate Flatt
The Savoy Theatre, London West End
Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2006 Remix Dance Company
Creative Development Work
Performers: an integrated company of dancers with and without disabilities.

Wondrous Oblivion
Choreography: Feature Film: ’50s/’60s Ska Dance
Director/Writer: Oscar-nominated Paul Morrison
Delroy Lindo ~ Cider House Rules/Get Shorty
Emily Woof ~ The Full Monty


Jean Paul Gaultier Fashion Show
Movement Direction
Elle Magazine Event

2004 Hot, Warm & Deep
Dance/Text & Choreography
Resolution 2004, The Place Dance Theatre
2002~04 Good Hope
Dance/Text & Choreography
2001~03 Moments In The Universe Less Than A Week Ago
Dance/Text & Choreography
2001 Turandot
Dance: Tai Chi/Ballet/Contemporary
Choreographer: Kate Flatt
Producer: Andrei Serban
Royal Opera House, Covent Garden
1999 Tobias and The Angel
Choreography: Contemporary Opera
Composer: Jonathan Dove
Librettist: David Lan
Almeida Theatre Production
1998 The Basset Table
Choreography: Restoration Comedy/Salsa
Director: Polly Irvin
Bristol Old Vic/Tricycle Theatre, London
1997 Much Ado About Nothing
Choreography: 1860 Court/Masquerade
Director: Helena Kaut-Howson
Starring: Josie Lawrence
Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester
1997 As You Like It
Choreography: Elizabethan/New Age
Director: Polly Irvin
Bristol Old Vic and West Yorkshire Playhouse
1995 Wind in the Willows
Choreography: Musical Theatre
Director: Deborah Paige
Crucible Theatre, Sheffield

Love at a Loss
Choreography: Restoration Comedy
Director: Polly Irvin
Starring: Adjoa Andoh
Battersea Arts Centre, London
Won Time Out Award