Monthly Archive for August, 2012

So, What’s Going On?

In the interests of boring people less when I see them in person (since I have the bad habit of talking too much about my work), I thought a bit of an update might be in order.

2012 has been a bit of a whirlwind so far. February saw the premiere of Always Be Closing, my first (but definitely not last!) time collaborating with Montreal’s ferocious Catherine Larocque. In March, I worked with Yvonne Ng to create video for her show Frequency, and then in April I worked for a second time with Esmerelda Enrique, to create projections for her Dora-nominated show Aguas/Waters.

Also in April, I was lucky enough to be asked to create a short trailer for James Kudelka’s new work for Coleman Lemieux & Compagnie, From the House of Mirth. May, I spent all but cloistered, writing code to use 3D video captured by the Microsoft Kinect in a short film.

In August, Val Calam, Luke Garwood and I launched F/, an eclectic, adventurous event series focusing on movement and physical performance. You can read all about it (and check out our rather nifty website) at www.fslash.net.

As far as what’s coming up: two short dance films, a longer version of Always Be Closing, and a brand-new live promenade work. If you’re curious, you can always check out my tumblr, where I am letting some of the more (potentially) interesting bits of my process accrete; or follow me on Twitter.