As a choreographer I use movement to expose the beautiful flaws that make us human. The potential honesty of the body coupled with physical action provide me the means to explore the vulnerability and courage our existence requires. My aim is to reveal an awareness that will encourage personal growth and shed light on everyday things. My work offers an experience that enables a deep consideration of humanity and asks questions of why we are who we are. Dance allows us to open our eyes to the ever-changing world and to reflect on the temporary nature of existence within an art form that is itself, temporary.
Blink - excerpts
MFA Thesis :: CalArts :: 2013
conception / choreography :: Daniel Charon
dancers :: Steven...
Anyone In the World
Performance at Joyce SoHo - NYC, 2005
dancers: Kathryn Alter, Guðbjörg Halla...
CalArts Project - 2012
dancers: Caitlin Adams, Dozje Brown, Hannah Cavallaro, Gregory...
Oblique and Contrary Motion
MFA Dance Project @ CalArts - May, 2012
dancers: Caitlin Adams, Niki Pfeiffer, Yconne...
In the City Near Dark
MFA Dance Project @ CalArts - October, 2011
dancers: Amanda Castro. Giselle Johnson,...
Performance at Joyce SoHo - NYC - 2009
dancers: Lawrence Cassella, Joanna Kotze, Stuart Singer
Examining the Eternal Push-Pull of the Sexes – New York Times
Zenon Dance Company’s fleet feet captivate at the Cowles Center – Twin Cities Daily Planet
Best Dance Performance of the Past 12 Months – 2012 – Minneapolis City Pages
Portraits, Snapshots and Even a Play – New York Times
Kinetic Mumbling Winds Down Into Stillness – Seattle Weekly
Day Trip – offoffoff.com