I bridge the gap between mainstream education and the way we engage in learning through our moving body.
Currently, I research how people can learn and perform programming (coding) by moving — or dancing — instead of typing on a keyboard.
See more about it in the current project Body.coding.
For the past 3 years, I've worked with companies, schools, cultural institutions on involving bodily knowledge and practice in their day to day activities — in order to engage wholly in learning and creating.
Wether it is for creative process management, team building, computational thinking, UX, programming, public speaking — from kids to adults —, all these disciplines require bodily understanding and design. I bring people to realize it collectively as well as individually.