Discover this video shot in Austria, titled Why do I dance? and directed by Julian Pircher in which Dianne Weger appears for the ballet and Denise Danninger for the hip hop.
Two dancers talk about their passion and what push them to practice day and night, by focusing on the sensations and the emotions.
Originally from Liverpool, Carne Griffiths graduated from Kent Institute of Art and Design in 1995. On moving to London he undertook an apprenticeship as a gold wire embroidery designer and this has had a strong influence on his work, which often takes the form of repeating, flowing patterns.
His beautifully detailed art prints are created from various materials including ink, graphite, brandy and whisky and they have been exhibited in the UK, US and Europe.
Carne Griffiths has designed for a range of prestigious clients, including; HRH the Prince of Wales, The Sultan of Oman, Ralph Lauren, Tom Ford, Asprey, Chanel, Burberry, as well as many of London’s Savile Row tailors. Carne’s images explore both human and floral forms, figuratively and in an abstract sense.