As a director, I have directed many corporate events for companies such as Dairy Farm, Giant supermarket, National Health Group Polyclinics (NHGP) and Brother printers. I have also worked as a consultant for several major shows.
In 2017, I moved to Sevilla in Spain for a couple of months to research the 'Authenticity of Performance Through Flamenco' as part of my MA dissertation. Later that year, I directed a verbatim flamenco performance based on Cristina Celli, a Venezuelan Flamenco dancer based in London. The show was later invited by Theatre Delicatessen to be re-staged for its' Refugee's Festival the following year.
In the next few years, I would like to direct and choreograph a series of work, integrating verbatim elements about the lives of people who move, such as runners, dancers, rock-climbers, martial artists.
Currently working on:
Project White Box (working title)
an interactive art installation to explore the relationship between parent and their child, with multi-sensory experience and focusing on themes about the past, present and future using technology.
The Runner (working title)
a multimedia-verbatim based performance about the life of a runner.
At the age of 18, I was invited to choreograph for Singapore's first TV musical series, 'School House Rockz', which was broadcast on MediaCorp’s free-to-air channel, Okto.
Some of my other choreographic credits include:
• Opening Ceremony of Confucius Institute in Coventry
• Singapore Repertory Company Little Company's
- "The Nightingale"
• I Theatre: Creative Edge's
- "Under the Dragon Moon"
• W!ld Rice: Ch!ll! Padi's
- "FML: Friends, Music, Lies"
• International Kids Performing Festival 2010
"Dance is the hidden language of the soul of the body."
― Martha Graham