Snack Dances


Hot Knife In Cold Butter (2014)
A crisp yet tender dissection of movement and relativity. 2 dancers, 4.5 minutes.


Something Particularly Specific in the Wild (2014)
A site-specific piece, inspired by impressions of Dante’s Inferno, set in the boiler room of the historic Westbeth. The viewer is led on a descent through the depths of a Gotham basement as the natural world fades in this hallucinatory abstraction. 6 dancers, 5.5 minutes.


Concrete Illusion (2013)
A dance film, which may be presented as a live work as well, created from concept to final product in seven days, premiered in 2014 as part of Sally Taylor’s multidisciplinary, multi-sensory global arts initiative, ConSenses. 2 dancers, 5 minutes.


Reflexive (2012-13)
Reflexive lives as a “flex piece” with several self-contained main sections united by transitioning scenes that are continuously rearranged or omitted as an exemplification of the importance of context. 4 dancers, approximately 20 minutes.

One Thing
What happens if you change just one thing? 2 Dancers, 5.5 minutes.

I Wait Until I Shake
A modern day courting ritual. 2 or 4 Dancers, 5.5 minutes

A nuanced exemplification of humans as a vehicle for thought, reflection, action, and transformation. 4 dancers, 5 minutes.

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Sequitur or Non (2010)
An exploration of linguistics and non-verbals, drawing the mind and body into a world of surfaces and folds, revolving joints, and a place where the need to make sense of all things may or may not apply. Duet version, 7 min / quartet version, 10-12 min.


Resonant Imaging (2009)
Derived from multiple MRI inspired thoughts, it is a multi-media journey through the surrealistic experience of the mind. 1 dancer, 7 minutes 45 seconds, includes projection.

Et Tu (2008)
Sexy and athletic, this duet explores the dynamic between two people as they experience occurrences of comedy, melancholy, fun, betrayal, and the tragedy of it all. 2 dancers, 7.5 minutes.