Back in March I was approached by Jasmine Duncan of Jazzy Events to help photograph a charity event in support of Movements Dance Ensemble. If you don’t know about Movements (and I didn’t before I did a little research), then here’s a little about them, in their own words:
Movements Dance Ensemble is an internationally acclaimed dance company based in Edmonton, Alberta. We educate and inspire the public about dance, African and Caribbean cultures, and multiculturalism…
The event was a local premiere of “The Missing Link”, a film made here in Alberta by local filmmaker Phina Brooks, and was held at Campus Saint-Jean, on a cool, snowy evening. As a part of the evening, there were performances by a group of african drummers, spoken-word poetry, and a dance performance as well, followed by the film itself, which was very powerful and moving. It was a great event, and I was happy to be a small part of it. Here are a few of the pictures from the evening. I was happy to have the help of Krystina Repchuk in photographing the evening.