I create kinetic paths that interrupt the public. I shake up and re-situate crowds by generating an epicenter of sudden action. I displace bodies with shaking, loud footfalls and airborne thrusts. The space between my dance and the viewer is both beautiful and dangerous. The audience slowly shifts to give attention. I leave a mark. I cast a long shadow. My hand-gestures and footprints dip in and out of my history. The textures of my digits, arms and spine broadcasting across densely-packed plazas, become an unfolding physical language that pollute pictures of perfection. Unrestricted public territory spontaneously reorients my own physical process and awareness. I am ready for anything, always drawing from my experience as a dancer, choreographer, and visual designer.