I utilize physical labour, Queer aesthetics, dance techniques and intellect to create choreographic structures. My intent is to invite reflection on aspects of the human condition with my work. Resilience, resistance, playfulness, gender and transformation have been recurrent themes in my body of work. My art projects promote positivity- as expressions of kindness, cooperation, autonomy, solidarity and rigour. My studies of a wide range of Occidental and African contemporary and postmodern dance practices with master choreographers/teachers have nourished my artistic practice and world view significantly. My academic research associated with the history of communication studies, gender, neurodiversity and sexuality also informs my research and creation projects. My body/mind is a library I continually update and share with others as a place of reflection, expression and incantation.