Here you will find the links to articles that feature my photography works.
loveDANCEmore’s review of “Mosaic”
“Repertory Dance Theatre’s Mosaic was a curated evening that showcased the broad range of cultural communities in existence in the Salt Lake area.” - Check out this review by Natalie Gotter about this culturally diversed evening of dance.
The Utah Review’s review of “Mosaic”
“[Mosaic] was an absorbing, entertaining approach to the elemental points of dance history and culture” - Critic Les Roka said in his review of this lovely program by Repertory Dance Theatre which engages audiences with and highlights diversity in dance across different culture.
loveDANCEmore’s review of “Lavender Words/Saltwater Resolutions”
“(…) everything seemed like it might have been accidental, yet in doing so felt intentional and extremely defiant.” In this review, Natalie Gotter discussed how Myriad Dance was able to tackle the difficult topic of anxiety and depression through dance.
loveDANCEmore’s review of “In. Memory. Of”
““In. Memory. Of.” uncovered the struggles that many may face but may keep private, laying bare painful, yet ultimately human, experiences.” - Rachel Luebbert reflected on her experience with the evocative and lingering effect of Dan Higgin’s newest performance.
The Utah Review’s review of “In. Memory. Of.”
“(…) Higgins’ work had achieved the impact any creative artist strives for in connecting to an audience. The work struck lucid, relevant, memorable, robust and impassioned tones in every way possible.” Critic Les Roka made his remark in regard to Dan Higgin’s powerful work that just premiered.
The Utah Review’s preview of “In. Memory. Of”
“As Higgins has revisited and excavated his relationship with a stern father whom he loved deeply, the form of dance movement theater has inspired an invigorating flow of creative oxygen.” Check out this preview by Les Roka of Dan Higgin’s upcoming work and make sure you get your ticket to the show.
loveDANCEmore's review of "Tides"
"Tides intended to explore how life changes while also remaining the same." - Liz Ivkovich writes in her review of "Tides". This review marked the third time in a row that my photographs are featured on loveDANCEmore. Check out the article to see what else Liz has to say about this lovely evening!
loveDANCEmore's review of "Panoramic Throat"
"Panoramic Throat" by Keith Johnson/Dancers was presented by Sugar Space Arts Warehouse through the grants received from WESTAF, NEA, and ZAP. In this review, Temria Airmet articulates her perspective on the evening while providing readers essential context to better understand the works.
loveDANCEmore's review of "Homeward"
"Homeward" by Dan Mont-Eton enjoyed a successful run, and Emma Wilson's review of the show for loveDANCEmore vividly portrays the physicality and mentality that builds the cornerstones for this piece. It is a must-read whether you came to the show or missed it!
SLUG Magazine's review of "They Reminisce"
My photographs that I took for "They Reminisce" - a show by The Bboy Federation that aims to educate Salt Lake City audiences on the culture and history of Hip-hop & Bboy - are featured in the SLUG Magazine's review of the show by Connor Brady. Check it out!
SLUG Magazine's interview with "Suite Space" choreographers
You favorite trio choreographers - Brooklyn Draper, Samijo Kougioulis, and Nichelle Van Portfleet - are back with another interview with Kathy Rong Zhou for SLUG Magazine about their upcoming show "Suite Space". Come show them your support this weekends April 28-29!
Salt Lake City Weekly's interview with "Suite Space" choreographers
Brooklyn Draper, Samijo Kougioulis, and Nichelle Van Portfleet are putting on a show called "Suite Space". Check out their interview with Gavin Sheehan from Salt Lake City Weekly that features some of the photographs I took for their promotional campaign, and to learn about them and their works!