June 5, 2017

In March 2004 The Equus Projects spent a month as Guest Artists in the Dance Department at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. We were commissioned to create a work for dancers and horses using local horses and equestrians and a cast of 16 VCU dance...

June 5, 2017

In my choreographic journey with dancers and horses, the most challenging and fascinating interactions are with rider-less horses or horses at liberty.  Those interactions might take place is a pasture with a herd of horses or in an enclosed space or round pen with a s...

June 5, 2017

I am interested in dangerous dancing.

Not the kind that causes bodily harm or presents the audience with dancers pushing the limits of human exertion within inches of total exhaustion.

I am interested in the kind of in dangerous dancing that an improviser wrestles with w...

January 5, 2017

The Breaking Ring is a performance project that brings accountability for choice directly into the creation process and performance arena. The centerpiece of the work is a movement practice called Physical Listening that evolved out of The Equus Projects’ choreographic...

October 24, 2016

I create site-specific performance works with dancers and horses. The dancers frame the equines,  offering a window into the equine mind. Often, it is the animals that provide a frame for the human condition.

Wikipedia defines framing as an (inevitable) process of selec...

March 23, 2016

May 2015. It is the end of second semester at in the Ailey/Fordham BFA program. My students are working on a final showing of composition studies. Working in small groups, they are engaged in their own rehearsal process. In this final stage of creation my input is not...

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