Feb 5, 2017


Some costume ideas for NOW-ID's next show Desert Shore: Nytimes

Nov 23, 2015


I am starting a monthly artist/designer profile on our NOW-ID blog, where I interview someone who I think through his/her work has an enormous impact on the field that they are working in and on the world around us.

Mark Hofeling is my first interviewee.

Please enjoy

May 29, 2015

Get your ticket to NOWHERE NOW and be one of the 100 guests invited to a special event to celebrate the artists involved.


Sep 7, 2014

NOW-ID performs at Utah Museum of Contemporary Art on September 19th at 8.30pm.

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Mar 30, 2014

Check out our most recent Indigogo Campaign!!

If you enjoy my work and the work of NOW-ID please consider donating to our Indigogo Campaign where the proceeds go towards our FEAST project on May 24th!

Enjoy: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/feast--2/x/6736034

Feb 5, 2013

Residency in Jackson Hole, Wyoming!

Off tomorrow to do a 4-day residency in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Teaching a combination of master classes in technique, composition and Rep.

Jan 7, 2013

Exciting new commission for Tisch School of the Arts, NYU in the Fall of 2013.

Am excited to return to my old stomping grounds in the Fall of 2013 to create a longer work on the students there. Tisch School of the Arts is an exciting place for exploration and invention and my intention is to push the physical boundaries of my vocabulary there to the extreme!

Dec 21, 2012

Residency at TCU, Texas in January!

Starting to prepare for my residency at TCU, Fort Worth, Texas in January! Am excited to go and set "Note" on the students there.

Nov 3, 2012

December show - 2012

I am at the moment in the midst of getting our December show together taking place December 13 - 15 in the Black Box at the Rose Wagner building. It will be a retrospective of some of the most intensely physical and emotionally raw pieces that I have done while being the Artistic Director and choreographer in residence with The Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company here in Salt Lake City. Some of the work featured are "Interiors", a collaborative piece that I did with local grafitti Artist and painter, Trent Call, "Lost" - a work that was created and based on the stories of four former gang members, who were also illegal immigrants here in SLC, "But, Seriously" - the highly acclaimed collaboration from 2011. This work was done in collaboration with actor, Ethan John Phillips, Architect, Nathan Webster and Writer, David Kranes. This is an extraordinary piece that deals with the highly vulnerable fate of the stand-up comedian.