Three Weeks of Minus 16

What a whirlwind. I have so many things I could say about the last three weeks. A good amount of which would not be appropriate for me to put on my professional blog. I spent the last three weeks dancing alongside professional ballerinas, feeling a lot of emotions, throwing my body around recklessly on a…

“Where I Am Is What I Need”

New year, new adventures, new outlook… while I’m half way through my undergraduate career, I can’t help but feel that I am at a precipice in my life. An important turning point. But as I embark on fall semester madness, incredible reparatory, and new possibilities, I reflect on one of the better experiences of my…

Bryant Park Grooves

With YTT winding down, with an exam and now my first ever yoga class in my past, I am beginning to reflect on the last 5 weeks with Om Factory NYC’s 200hr-TT. And I must say a highlight of the entire experience was two Fridays ago when myself and 3 of my fellow yogis spontaneously…

Shaking Our Ischial Tuberosities

  Two weeks ago I had the pleasure of dancing and performing with students from Mason Gross School of the Arts and working professionals in NYC to create a fun yoga-inspired dance for the NYC Om Factory’s 2017 Summer Solstice party! Working with these incredible people that I get to spend everyday digging deep into…

Blue No w here

It was a pleasure to perform in Fenella Kennedy’s original work, Blue No w Here, in Columbus’s 10 Tiny Dances on March 17 and 18. Through a process inspired by dancers’ improv and generation, Blue No w here became a communal work about the communal impacts of technology. I felt that rather than dancing to…

“Dance in the Gutter”

This past semester I had the pleasure of working with Todd Eckert on his MFA project “Dance in the Gutter” in the OSU Winter Concert in February 2017. Enjoy! Choreographer: Todd Eckert Music: Dohi Moon Lighting: Dave Covey Dancers: Christopher Cogell, Laura DeAngelis, Fenella Kennedy, Kyla Makovsky, Anthony Milian, Onjelee Phomthirath, Megan Wurtz

Laban Writer: My Experience in Analysis Class

  Analysis is an infamous fact of The Ohio State University. It’s a complicated subject that I found myself having a powerful love/hate relationship with. From 3-5pm in a small studio with burning fluorescent lights, coupled with reading tedious scores, makes for a mentally and physically exhausting four hours of me week. My feelings vacillated…