• Hello, This is My Work.

  • Choreography

     

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    COSMOS

    14 minutes

    Premiere: subCULTURA (2022)

     

    Understanding one's unique world comes with the knowledge that others are a completely different one. Despite commonalities and differences, COSMOS explores how we oscillate around each other and what embracing yourself can look like, affecting how you love, you receive love, how you support others and how you let others support you.

     

    COSMOS celebrates how individuality and community are not opposites, but directly influence each other, especially in the search of identity as a queer person.

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    E'irí - I'narú

    7 minutes

    Premiere: Ballet 22 (2022)

     

    Inspired on the Taíno term, this solo explores the innate female and male duality that lives in all of us. Exploring the strength and delicate manners that we must acquire to survive in this world. This piece celebrates our queerness and how natural it is.

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    SPEAK NOT!

    1 hour

    Premiere: Under the direction of Miguel Rosa (2021)

     

    Trapped inside the Prince's party, the characters of Romeo & Juliet face the demons of the story in an immersive dance theater experience in El Bastión, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

     

    Crafted choreography for the four scenes that involved my character Benvolio.

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    Perenne

    14 minutes

    Premiere: 65th Anniversary of Instituo de Cultura Puertorriqueña (2020)

     

    Perenne means to last forever, or a long time, and this piece was created at the beginning of the pandemic, when we didn't think it would end. It still hasn't. The piece explores the eternal feeling of being stagnant, where you question where you are and what is your purpose. Like many artists during the pandemic, we were faced with questioning why we did what we did. Why art? Why dance?
    The four individuals in the work face stagnancy in a different way, finding ways to move around it even when they feel trap, isolated, or paranoid. At the end, the dancers are letting go, moving through and end the work in a positive note where not everything has to be heavy or negative.

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    Oscilo

    40 minutes

    Premiere: Buffer Fringe Performing Arts Festival in Cyprus (2019)

     

    Why do we migrate? What makes us move and what makes us stay? Oscilo explores the human instinct to move around spaces, worlds, and lives; striping the topic of immigration of political and social agendas and winding it down to the raw and simple motives for leaving or staying home.

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    Somos Más

    11 minutes

    Premiere: Festival de Coreógrafos in Puerto Rico (2019)

     

    What is a social warrior? Who is right or wrong in the search for justice? Somos Más explores the constant need to stay in a defensive state against any type of attack. The six women of the work act as vigilantes in a society that is ready to pin them down, quiet them and take away their freedom. They are not violent, but instead in a constant state of alertness–ready to fight for the next social change.

     

    This comes as a response to an alarming number of female deaths due to domestic violence in Puerto Rico.

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    Interlunio

    11 minutes

    Premiere: Encuentro Coreográfico in Puerto Rico (2019)

     

    Transitions can often take us by surprise and feel more abrupt than welcoming. Interlunio explores how tides can change due to their relationship to the moon using dynamic lighting and movement.

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    Soy Sólo Un Virus

    8 minutes

    Premiere: Cuerpo en ECOS in Puerto Rico (2019)

     

    How does an idea spread? Soy Sólo Un Virus explores the concept of a virus, but twists it into how we spread beliefs and perceptions. Ideas have often been widely believed until someone discredited or challenged them. Often times, negative perceptions of each other comes from rumors that spread like a virus. And scientifically, often times, a virus is eradicated by another one. The work battles between a multiplicity of virus, asking you to question, what is good or bad? Which one is destroying an environment or which one is saving it?

     

     

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    Cumulus

    8 minutes

    Premiere: CoDa 21 (2018)

     

    Dance of three bodies in constant fluctuation between morphing into one and separating to become independent beings.

     

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    Solos of Fleeting Beauty: Kiss

    5 minutes

    Premiere: Balleteatro Fest (2017)

     

    Duet that ruminates on the fleeting sensation that is experienced before kissing someone for the first time.

     

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    From the Cracks

    16 minutes

    Premiere: Balleteatro Fest (2017)

     

    We all can reach a breaking point, so from those cracks we must reemerge and find what's left to rebuild. From the Cracks explores the tenacity of fighting for a better tomorrow while moving through struggle.

  • Theatre

    I've had the luck of collaborating in multiple theatre and musical

    theatre productions with Teatro Cedín in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

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    Little Women: The Musical

    Choreographer

    Teatro Cedín (2022)

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    Once on This Island

    Choreographer

    Teatro Cedín (2020)

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    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

    Movement Director

    Teatro Cedín (2018)

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    Billy Elliott: The Musical

    Associate Choreographer

    Teatro Cedín (2018)

  • Solo Work and Research

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