I am a scholar, dancer, and choreographer. A Senior Lecturer of Dance at Anglia Ruskin University, my research focuses on performances of political identities. I am collaborating with the FAUST SHOP team and my colleague Kirk Woolford at ARU on the creation of embodied digital characters and moving energies.
I am Isaac Newton Research Fellow in German Studies and Digital Humanities at Cambridge Digital Humanities, an interdisciplinary research centre at the University of Cambridge. I lead the FAUST SHOP project as part of my performance-based research project 'Re-staging public spaces', asking questions about agency, how we co-create public spaces in a digitalised world and what it means to be a digital human.
I am an MPhil candidate at the University of Cambridge studying Comparative Literature & Culture with a focus on Digital Humanities. My professional background is in the arts and in technology. I am really looking forward to exploring questions of physical embodiment in virtual space and in collaborating with Dr Annja Neumann on the performance-text and staging of the Faust-Shop.
I am collaborating with this project by bringing the ideas online and to life - a digital doula if you will. I am a woman, myself, mom, wife, daughter, sister, aunt, immigrant, activist, website builder, photographer, geek, observer, & participant she/her/hers
I am a PhD Student at the University of Cambridge in the Faculty of English studying the influence of magical myths about King Solomon on the depiction of magicians in early modern theatre. I am also an award-winning playwright and am the Artistic Producer and Research Assistant for The Faust Shop.