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Alice in Jazzland – Sweet Jubilee

Next month Sweet Jubilee is debuting their first original, full-length show, Alice in Jazzland. Back in April I took some promotional photos for them while I was in Albuquerque visiting. We chose the ABQ Botanic Garden and ventured into the Children’s Fantasy Garden that was the perfect backdrop for Alice and her friends. I can’t wait to see some videos (hopefully) of the performance since I’m so many miles away now. If you are reading this and in Albuquerque, go check out their show!

Ticket and performance info HERE.

white rabbit in giant carrot

alice reads a book as the white rabbit peeks from behind a carrot

alice chases a leaping white rabbit

woman dressed as cheshire cat in tree

woman dressed as cheshire cat dances

dancers in 1920s red and blue inspired costumes do charleston

woman dressed as queen of hearts with cards and dragon

queen of hearts with cards flying in the air

dancers lined up behind each other

three girls in purple top with leg raised to knee

mad hatter dancer

mad hatter dancer making a crazy face

man catches tea from mad hatter

cast of alice in jazzland around table of flowers

Swingin’ Denver – Promo Photos

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What happens when you have 21 amazing dancers and you have under three hours to photograph them? You move fast and have them on their feet and in the air as much as possible! (And making the occasional silly face.)

If you’ve kept up with my blog you might remember I photographed the Steve & Chanzie Denver Workshop back in December that Swingin’ Denver put on. So when Kenny asked me to shoot some promotional photos of Swingin’ Denver’s instructors and new dance troupe (The Ladies and Gentlemen) I couldn’t wait! I knew this was going to be a fun afternoon!

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Hiland Dance Studio – Promo Photos

Just a quick post with a few recent promotional photos I took for Hiland Dance Studio in Albuquerque. Looking to learn salsa inside and out? Check out Abdul’s classes! He posts class information on Facebook. I hope these photos show just how much fun his classes are.

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ASH Project

Origins

The ASH Project was created by Albuquerque artists who took the 2013 concert dance piece by the same title and expanded its striking narrative through the visceral punch of film. ASH explores events from the Holocaust and a young generation’s reaction to crimes against humanity, diving into a harsh and unforgiving world. We are taken to a place that entwines art, religion ritual, and stories from the Holocaust to weave a narrative of a seeming distant past and our own relevant present to inform our future via the artistic abstraction that is dance. Read more