In my artistic practice I want to be approachable to the public, creating a sense of communal connection while at the same time engaging and serving the audience in an entertained and enlightening way.
As an artist I take risks and challenges by exploring, experimentation and through personal experiences. I am personally drawn to work with dancers and artists who possess inner strength; artists who show maturity in his/her artistic work and who are capable of adding spices and persona into their piece with confidence and honesty, rather than purely concerned with perfections. I also enjoy working with directors and choreographers who are willing to exchange and share his/her experiences and narratives when collaborating as well as being honest about their developmental phases and memories. Overall I consider myself as a free spirited person who is fascinated in dancing out debatable answers to the many questions of life.
I invest on process rather than outcome. I aspire to find the rawness, the simplicity or gentility within a person. Movements that are truthful and organic to both performer and viewer are vital to me. I draw inspirations from multiple sources ranging from nature, landscapes, people and their rituals.
It is a platform for me to ‘give back’ what I’ve received – my exposures, experiences and encounters of working with other artists. I may lecture or even form classes and workshops for close interactions and participations.