Current and Past Work Yellow Collective Productions I am the founder of Yellow Collective theatre, performance, and visual arts company based both in London and Madrid. WE DO NOT KNOW HOW TO DANCE was premiered in May 2019 at Het Entrepot in Brugge (BE), as part of the Double Bill Night. It was also programmed to be performed later on, the same month at Eskimofabrik in Ghent (BE). The Portuguese’s version was premiered at Setubal’s International Theater Festival, in Portugal the same year. P.A.T.S. premiered in July 2017 in Paris (France), as part of the Dream Before Dawn Festival. During the summer it will be performed at the Camden Fringe Festival (London, UK), Festa Do Teatro Festival (Setubal, Portugal) and The Birmingham Fest (Birmingham, UK). THE LIGHTS Premiered in January 2016 in PKMÑ theatre (Madrid). After a successful first run, the production was selected to be part of Imparables (experimental theatre festival for new artists) at Nave 73 Theatre, Madrid, Spain. Performance and Devising Credits I | Movement by Bozie Cekwana: Performed as part of the Just a Good Programme and The May Event (Ghent, BE) SACRE DU PRINTEMPS by Les Ballets C de la B. Performed as part of the Dag Van de Dans Festival in Ghent (BE). KUNSTENAARSESTAFETTE by Wuivend Riet. Performed at TumultinGent 6 – Kunstenfestival (Ghent, BE) MOURNING AFTER directed by Elena Van Leuven. Performed at Amsterdam Fringe (Amsterdam – NL), Tinnenpot Theatre (Ghent – BE), Imparables Festival (Madrid – ES) & Gemaakt Festival (Maastricht – NL) ‘VAGINA REX & THE GAS OVEN’ By Jane Arden. Directed by Grace Scott as part of the 2016 British Contemporary Season at Rose Bruford College, UK. TRAFFIK (installation) by Holly Taylor and Lucy Barton, performed at Symposium 2017 Festival at Rose Bruford. THIS IS THE LOUDEST MOMENT OF SILENCE: directed by Johan Bark and devised by the ensemble. A working progress version was performed at The Rose Theatre at Rose Bruford College on May 2017. The full version of the show, it is programmed to premier on 2019. Eco & Narciso performed in August 2016 at Nave 73 Theatre, in Madrid (Spain), as part of the IV Classic Off Festival . #9ManerasDeHacerPolítica premiered in May 2016 at Naves de Cambaleo Theatre, in Madrid (Spain), as part of the Surge Festival. Also performed in June at Nave 73 Theatre, as part of their summer programme. SREAM QUEENS (Film-short) by Melodie Roulaud. It was part of the Berlin Feminist Film Week 2015. What if instead of asking ‘show me sexy’ one asked ‘show me angry’? REQUIEM FOR EUROPA I-II by Laetitia Jeurissen & Gabriel Gonzalez Acosta at Battersea building, (Royal College of Art) in London. Afterward, a video installation was presented at Cooperativa Crater Invertido in Mexico City in 2016.