David graduated with a BA in Dance Performance & Teaching from University of Central Lancashire in the summer of 2014.
He first joined DanceSyndrome in the winter of 2014 as performer working alongside the existing performance company. From there his involvement with DanceSyndrome was cemented. He has performed with the group across the UK to thousands of people, co-delivered the inclusive dance training course and helped to develop exciting new dance programmes. David has worked with hundreds of wonderful people, including members of the DS Collective performance team, on a one-to-one or small group basis to develop their confidence, dance technique and choreography. He has also worked with large groups in a range of settings including primary schools, retirement homes, community groups, universities and at festivals.
David said “My role at DanceSyndrome is “Dance Artist” but I am also a performer, choreographer, teacher, leader, friend and support worker. These roles have blurred and blended through the years but the memories left behind will not be forgotten.
May the years ahead continue to bring such joy and happiness as we move through these ever changing times.”