I am a Choreo-Photolist - where theatricality, choreography and photography meet in a single or series of images

In the 1970’s, I stumbled across the films, music, and voices which spoke to me in pictures. For me art was a means to set up hyper-realities, conversations, and to curate my curiosities. 

I’ve been inspired by everything from Jacques Tati (Mon Oncle) to Ray Harryhausen (Jason And The Argonaut’s). My urban and emotional pulse drew upon a cross pollination of hip hop and Japanese avant grade seen in Butoh. These influenced  the way I saw urban landscapes.

I knew then I wanted to move my generation - a hip hop generation to take a road less traveled. So, within these virtual walls, you will find reviews, archives, new works and even works-in-progress. They have a singular aim which is to inform you my sponsors, friends, or audience, about the things which have informed and inspired me to action.

Whether it’s about an outsider, failed familial relationships, or suicide, I want you to be a part of the process and the product.