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When I dance and perform, I feel more human and in touch with the world.


Since making the UK my home, I have collaborated and performed with various artists and companies, including Akram Khan, Michael Keegan Dolans's Fabulous Beasts, Sasha Waltz and Guests, Shobhana Jeyasingh Dance and the Gecko Physical Theatre.




  • Joined Broken Spectacles physical theatre company as a performer and deviser

  • Created the role of Cupid for The Feast, a play performed by Broken Spectacles based on Psyche and Cupid

  • Joined physical theatre company, Gecko, as a performer and deviser



  • Took part in the film adaptation of A Christmas Carol, choreographed by Russell Maliphant, written and directed by Jacqui and David Morris


  • Performed in Passage, a site-specific performance at Fanatika International Theatre Laboratory Festival (FITLF) in Ahmedabad, India

  • Performed at Ignite Dance Festival Delhi, in Vice Versa. Choreography by Saju Hari and Saku Koistinen

2013 - 2014


  • Handel's Julius Caesar, co-produced by Fabulous Beast and English National Opera. Directed and choreographed by Michael Keegan-Dolan and performed at the London Coliseum.

2011 - 2014

2007 - 2010


2008 - 2009

  • Featured role in Will Tuckett’s Thief of Baghdad, Linbury Theatre, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London


2003 - 2007

  • Shobana Jeyasingh Dance, London

  • Dancer on a number of Shobana Jeyasingh Dance touring productions, including Transtep, Flicker and Exit No Exit (UK, Korea, Hong Kong & Italy)


2005 - 2006



  • Gustav Holst’s opera Savitri (Birmingham Symphony Orchestra)


  • Duet with Mavin Khoo for Akademi’s Escapade (Royal Festival Hall, London)

  • Assistant/ rehearsal director Charles Moulton’s Nine Person Precision Ball Passing (Sadler’s Wells, Dance Umbrella 25th Birthday Gala)

2000 – 2003

  • Imlata Dance Company (London, UK)

  • Dancer with two touring Imlata productions: City Maps and TransAvatar (UK, Germany, Portugal, Switzerland and India)

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