My previous work has focused on dramaturgy, playwriting, text analysis, theater history, and movement theories in acting. I am particularly interested in combining my knowledge of psychology, trauma studies, kinesiology, and neuroscience to develop movement practices and their impacts on creativity (in acting, writing, and performance).
Trauma effects large scale of society and literally rewires the brain. So it often leaves us with mental or physical problems. Trauma studies are personally important for me in my journey. Unfortunately, I witness that trauma is commonly misunderstood and mistreated in professional care.
Movement practices build a daily methodology for the artist for long-term practice as a working professional. Personal storytelling and ritual are the training for the creative process, from the stillness of meditation to the chaos of free movement, mythology, archetypes, imagination, and creative expression are all explored.