About

I am a London-based dancer, performer, and producer from Hong Kong.

For over 10 years I have been working in the UK dance sector with a range of choreographers, artists, and organisations, performing in galleries, museums, theatres and site-specific contexts. Artists I’ve worked with as a dancer and performer include Jo Fong, Janine Harrington, Zadie Xa, Laura Wilson, Robert Clark, Florence Peake, Pablo Bronstein, Evangelia Kolyra, and Moi Tran amongst others. I have performed at festivals such as EAREYE (Malmö, 2020), Dance International Glasgow (2019), Art Night (2019), Venice Biennale (2019), Prague Quadrennial (2019), SPILL festival (2018), Block Universe (2018), and Do Disturb at Palais de Tokyo (Paris, 2018).

I have a background in contemporary dance and classical Indian dance Kathak, with a BA (Hons) in Dance & Culture from University of Surrey and an MA in Contemporary Dance (EDge 2015) from London Contemporary Dance School.

Alongside performing, my career in arts management started as an administrator at Independent Dance (2008-2013) and working at organisations including Siobhan Davies Dance, The Place Theatre & Artist Development, and Dance Research Studio.

Since 2015 I have been working as a freelance producer and manager, with Luca Silvestrini’s Protein, JW3, Society for Dance Research, Candoco Dance Company, and Bonnie Bird Choreography Fund. I’ve also worked as a project manager/producer for a number of independent dance artists and choreographers including Janine Harrington, Annie Pui Ling Lok, Sally E Dean, Evangelia Kolyra, Amaara Raheem, Matthias Sperling, and Robert Clark.

August 2020

Having spent two months in Hong Kong, from a 14-day solo quarantine, to being out and about in almost pre-Covid levels of normalcy (also during a historical moment of the National Security Law being passed in HK), to being hit by a third wave of Covid-19 cases across the city and being back in semi-lockdown, … Continue reading