For as long as I can remember, I wanted to do both research and choreography. I have always been fascinated by the human mind and the body.
Then I trained in Psychology and Dance, with a Masters awarded in Choreography (distinction, from Laban). I also hold a PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience.
Today, I am a lecturer in Psychology at Abertay University in Dundee (UK) and I publish and perform my research and choreographic work on various platforms (books, papers, galleries, theaters, conferences) since 2004.
Science as well as the dance does help me - and I would argue others too - to better understand the human brain and social behaviour.
In 2012, I initiated CoCoDanse. The company's works are the product of collaborations with people from a diverse background.
I see my role as a facilitator, with the aim of developing effective understandings of how people interact and communicate with each other.
It is my continuous ambition to give the dialogue between science and dance a real voice through my own comprehensive interdisciplinary approach.