Category Archives: dance

Edinburgh Festival Fringe – Juliet Aster, The Regretrospective

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is going quite well for Juliet and the following reviews are now out.

It must be quite an experience to take a one man show up to Edinburgh and she’s still in the middle of her performance run up to the end of the month.

Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Two of the images I took last year of Juliet Aster working on her visual art work ‘Regretrospective’, are being used to promote the piece at the Edinburgh Fringe. I also turned one of them into her promotional flyer, that will be amongst the millions of flyers scattered on the streets of the big city. You can see a larger versions of these two images –

Article in ‘Roundabout’ magazine

Now I know I blogged about some of this earlier in the month, however there’s an article about Juliet, her work and the photography I did of her, in the November issue of ‘Roundabout’ Magazine, just about to come out – so watch this space as they are currently still showing October issue – or you can take a look at the November issue here and view the article (click on black background spread).
I’ve also featured images on my home page of both pieces I’ve photographed of Juliet from last year and this year. Any feedback on the article and photographs would be great.

Regretrospective rehearsal shots

For those of you interested in visual art, take a look at a selection of shots from Juliet Aster’s new work ‘Regretrospective’, to be performed at Colchester Arts Centre, November 12th.

Part installation, part film, part devised dance theatre, the work touches on many subjects, the implications of regret, desire, loss, delusion and illusion and is surreal, disturbing and funny in equal measure.

My personal favourites are the demon shadows – great fun to photograph!