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NYCDP Questionnaire: Tiler Peck, Principal dancer, New York City Ballet Where did you grow up and how did you get interested in dance? TP: I grew up in Bakersfield, California. I got interested in dance because my mother was a dancer and owns a dance studio there called Bakersfield Dance Company. I was babysat there, so basically as soon as I could walk, I was dancing. How did your background and your family’s background; affect your passion for dance? TP: Because my mother was a…
Mikayla Hutton, Orlando Ballet Source and more info at: Photographer Rachel Neville Website Photographer Rachel Neville on Twitter Photographer Rachel Neville on Facebook Photographer Rachel Neville on Instagram Photographer Rachel Neville on Wordpress
The NYC Dance Project is an initiative designed to showcase the magical world of dance and dancers. It was founded by fashion/beauty photographer Ken Browar and dancer/photographer Deborah Ory and the beautiful pictures you can see here are taken from a book called The Art of Movement that's soon to be released.
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Daniil Simkin — NYC Dance ProjectNYC Dance Project
"Dance is very much in the flow, in the moment. Each performance on stage is unique and it will not repeat itself. That's why I love photography so much, because you can remember the moment. Photography freezes a moment in time, especially as it's very different than the fleeting work that dancers do, that's very ephemeral." - Daniil Simkin, Principal dancer, American Ballet Theatre