I'm an actor and a director. Since 2013, I've co-run Transatlantyk2, with which I create performances as rituals of visual poetry that we perform internationally.
In my work I collaborated with such well recognised laboratory theatre companies as Theatre Labor Bielefeld, Grotowski Institute Poland, Odin Teatret Denmark, and Roy Hart Theatre.
Our most recent production, In the Shape of a Woman has been financially supported by The Poole Lighthouse where it is due to be performed in October this year.
Previous production 1616 Secrets and Passions of William Shakespeare, has been commissioned as a part of the #Shakespeare400 celebrations. It has also been commissioned by the Windsor Castle and Rhodes College US, among others.
Throughout my career, I developed a movement practice which focussed on the body as an instrument for acting. My practice is stemmed in the technique of Via Negativa. It's deeply ecological and spiritual at its core, by which I mean an engagement that employs wider ecological processes thus rediscovering the natural ritualistic element in performance and the resulting connection between the spectators and the performer.