Art Dance: My dance
Posted 21st May 2014
My story
I became a dancer in the year 2000 whilst studying in the city of Hull; soon becoming part of a crew in Liverpool, and continually pushing myself athletically and creatively to perform a variety of intense moves and combinations.

For well over a decade I maintained a strong presence in the global dance community, performing at events, at clubs, representing brands, teaching, and entering competitions.

During that time I worked with some very interesting people such as Afrika Islam, and became involved in large events such as the 2003 Liverpool (Mathew) International Street Festival, whilst also veering off into related dance work, such as my script writing and narrative work for the dance theatre production “AbraCadaBra"

During my time as a dancer I became uniquely recognised for the amount of creative moves that I invented, as well as for my ability to perform some very difficult pre-existing moves.

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Over the years I travelled to events in most of the cities around the UK, and even to some across the world.

I have performed on stage many times, with the largest crowd being around 5000 people at Nottingham's Motorpoint Arena.

I have often felt that dancing has provided the basis for another half of a dual identity, which has allowed me to gain some extraordinary life experiences that add to my greater whole.