Academy, Chinese style.
Commissioned by BBC Radio 4's From Our Own Correspondent
Reflections on my experience performing at the finals of China's
equivalent of Eurovision, the Spring Festival International Performance
Competition. I was accompanied by UK TV crew who produced documentary
of the trip.
Year of Living Dangerously.
Daily Telegraph, Dec 2000.
West End Debut for Ordained Buddhist Monks.
FT Weekend, 1999.
BBC Radio 4, Woman's Hour, 1999.
Asian Arts News.
Exhibition reviews, 1993-5.
Opening of China's first Petroleum Exchange.
First (draft) of new series I am looking to publish, in which I
combine my City and circus arts knowledge to reflect on a topical
economic or political news event through the eyes and senses of
various colourful circus artist colleagues.
Hanging by my toes.
Proposal for a book I was first invited to submit to Random House
in 2003 in which I describe my journey from City to underground
circus rope artist - and the role of risk in each. They didn't run
with my madcap trajectory at the time as another proposal just dropped
through the door that was disciplined and coherent - called Tipping
Point by Malcolm Gladwell. While I don't anticipate the antics I
describe to precipitate a social epidemic of the type described
in his book I remain optimistic about the stickiness of the trapeze