Q: Your Horror Series piece is inspired by Wes Craven's A Nightmare on Elm Street. Can you tell us a little bit about what the audience can expect?
A: My piece plays with themes of dreams and the demons that lurk inside your mind. Youthful characters are not what they seem as they transform into the monsters of one's nightmares. Roaming the dreamscape, these insidious beings search for their next victim to pray on.
Q: This is your first time choreographing for DNCB. Could you tell us about your particular style and why you chose this film?
A: My style is heavily influenced by musicality and the theme of whatever work I'm developing. In terms of movement I'm drawn to physicality and sharp dynamics to create a spontaneity within the choreography. In regards to the film, a nightmare can be terrifying and one comforts themselves knowing it's not real. The idea that dreams can physically harm you has always been interesting to me.