"For me, the art of choreography lies in the heart of movement editing. Coming up with steps is one thing, but creating meaning through composition is another. It is really through the edit of choreography, juxtaposition, and manipulation of movements that reveal who we are as artists."
"While choreography deals with movements in time, photography deals with movements in still. Dance photography allows us to appreciate the complexed architecture of the dancing bodies by freezing them against gravity and passage of time."
"Dancers are corporeal bodies performing in real space and time. Dance on film brings us the unlimited possibilities of decorporealized dancing bodies situated in flexible performing environments. It is dance photography brought to life."