It’s the last week of Jacob’s Pillow’s 80th Anniversary Season, and I found myself scrambling from one dress rehearsal to the other trying to squeeze in documentation of both mainstage performances. I was so excited/nostalgic about the fact that this is the last week of the summer, and I WANTED IT ALL!!
I loved the Joffrey Ballet‘s program. They danced Bells by former Bolshoi Ballet dancer and San Francisco Ballet choreographer Yuri Possokhov, Age of Innocence by Edwaard Liang, and Son of Chamber Symphony, a world premiere by Stanton Welch. It’s always exciting to shoot world premieres and know that my photos will be the first ones showcasing a dance. It makes me nervous and psyched. The tutus in this work are exquisite and were so fun to photograph.
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