Date/place of birth: 11/8/1985, Glasgow
Qualifications: BA (hons) Contemporary Dance
London Contemporary Dance School
Msc Media Arts and Imaging, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design

• Dock 11, Kastanienalle, Berlin, Germany – Quartet, choreographed and performed by Rosalind Masson and Jack Webb, directed by Daniel Squire, lighting by Brian Gorman and original music by Jan Hendrickse and James T. Mackay. Produced by Catalyst dance supported by LaborGras and Dock 11.
• Tramway 1, Tramway theatre, Glasgow, UK - Quartet, choreographed and performed by Rosalind Masson and Jack Webb, directed by Daniel Squire, lighting by Brian Gorman and original music by Jan Hendrickse and James T. Mackay. A co-production with Tramway and Catalyst Dance funded by Creative Scotland
• Triuir Research Project, South Uist, Outer Hebrides. Sound and movement research project supported by Ceolas, Dance House and Creative Scotland.
•‘ Traces’, performed at Zukunfts Visionen in Goerlitz, Germany. Choreographed and performed by Fernando Balsera and Rosalind Masson. Supported by Zukunfts Visionen.
• ‘Enso’ – choreography and concept by Merav Israel created in collaboration with the dancers. Spring Tour .
• Celtic Connections, January 2013. Performed and directed ‘Drone and Drop’ with music students from Benbecula music college.
• Winter Cycle Re-dux at ‘The Old Hairdressers,’ Glasgow – Improvisation with Jer Reid and Monica Deoanni
• ‘Enso’ – choreography and concept by Merav Israel created in collaboration with the dancers. Autumn Tour
Berlin 2010 - 2011
• Hands Talk – 10 times 6, Ada Studios, Berlin.
• Shannon Sullivan – working in the studio to develop ’13 poems in the Body’ for future performances.
• Zu Hause – scratch performance nights. Work in progress. Sankyo and A Redele.
• Juan Cruz Garcia – attended a workshop he taught at Radialsystem V to develop individual movement technique.
• Keren Cytter – Played a main character in a short film ‘Avalanche’ set in Japan, London and Berlin. Exhibited in Pillar Corrias gallery in
• Arthur Stäldi and Renate Graziadei – working in conjunction with studio Labor Gras to develop ongoing professional practice and research.
• Keith A. Thompson and Rebecca Hilton - Participated in their choreographic development workshops.
• Aaron Jonah Lewis – Old Time Dance and Music band. Various venues including Soul Cat and Heimathalfen.
• Tape Piece, Soundings festival, Woodend Barn, Banchory. Tape Piece with Jan Hendrickse.
• Live Bites – Our Oceans Are Drowning, Yorkshire Dance, Leeds.
• Pablo Bronstein, Tramway and ICA Sep 2011 – danced in a restaging of Plaza Minuet and The Birth of Venus with Matthais Sperling.
• Our Oceans Are Drowning, Dancebase, Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2011.
• On the Stage of the Present – Improvised performance as part of Merchant City Festival directed by Tom Pritchard.
• Reflections – La Nua Dance Company, International Woman’s Day, The Tramway
• Winter Cycle with Jer Reid. Improvised performance, Stereo, Glasgow.
• Jer Reid and Rosalind Masson - Improvisation at Tramway for Family Day.
• Stones – La Nua Dance Company, The Old Ambulance Depo, Leith Walk, Edinburgh
• Linder Sterling – 13 Hour improvisation commissioned by Sorcha Dallas Gallery and Glasgow International performed at Chisenhale Gallery London and shown on Channel 4 as part of Frieze International Arts Festival.
• An Evening of Contemporary Dance, Universal Hall, Findhorn, Triple bill of works presented by Bodysurf Scotland with Karl Jay Lewin – At Once and Rick Nodine – Come to Mamma.
• Potentially Plugged in to the Universe – Dancelive, The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen.
• Here Now, There Now, Traverse, Edinburgh– Digital Heathen, Scratch performance with Tom Pritchard and Sita Pieraccini.
• Beating/Breaking Shell – Trongate 103, Glasgow. Beating/Breaking Shell opens up new modes of expression through the movement of two bodies and the sound of one violin.
• Kobakant, ‘The Perfect Human’ – interactive performance at Universal Hall, Findhorn
• Enso - La Nua Dance Company, Dancebase, The Botanics and Dovecot Gallery, Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2010.
• Ceos Craic – solo improvised performance, CCA, Glasgow.
• It Flew Away – Word of Mouth Café, Leith Walk Edinburgh. Duet with Sita Pieraccini
• Be Water – Arches Live, Multi-media Collaboration with Vera Tussing, Anna Goette and JS Rafaelli
• Underneath The Arches – David Overend, Site specific movement installation.
• Goat Media, UK. Katrina McPherson and Simon Fildes Crux – Video Installation documenting the movement path Ways of rock-climbers. Documentary about renowned teacher/performer Kirstie Simson
• Counterpoise – Arches Live 2007 , choreography – Rosalind Masson, Sculpture – Danny Holcroft and sound Peter MacCalum
• Angus Balbernie- Dancer in Meatyard, Meat, Me – CCA
• Moon Sung-Lyun, Performing in 'Breathing Movement', Centre for Contemporary Art, Glasgow
• Ian Spink – dancer in ’26 Solos’ first developed in the 70s during the time of Second Stride Company.
• Natasha Gilmore Dance Theatre – premiered ‘Bunty and Doris’, a duet with ex DV8 dancer Liz Rankin..
• Rosina Bonsu -
New York, Jan 2009 – Glasgow, Dec 2009
• Beating/Breaking Shell – Dance Theatre Workshop, Open Perform, Movement Research, Manhatten.
• Missing You – Duet with Khang Nguyen, Tea Dances hosted by Jody Sperling Manhatten.
• Miguel Guiterrez – Invited as a guest dancer to give feedback during the restaging of ‘Last Meadow’ for a performance at Baryshnikov Arts Centre, Manhatten.
• John Jasperse - invited as a guest dancer to take part in rehearsals for ‘Misuse liable to Prosecution’ through dance artist Michelle Boule.
• Barbara Mahler – I was a student of Klein technique for three months during my internship at Movement Research.
• Kirstie Simson – worked with her during Winlab at Siobhan Davies Dance Studios on a documentary she was making with Goat Media.
• Edinburgh, Dancebase – Magnetic North Theatre Company, Rough Mix; Rosalind Masson and Izaskun Lapaza – Test Drive; Merav Israel and Moti Zemmelman, Coming to Our Senses; Pool, Potentially Plugged in to the Universe
• Glasgow, Dance House – Test Drive, Beating/Breaking Shell, Be Water. Tape Piece
• Glasgow, The Workroom - Missing You, Beating/Breaking Shell, Our Oceans Are Drowning.
• Berlin, Studio Ziegrahof – Our Oceans Are Drowning

Choreographic Work 2010/11
Surface Noise/Tape Piece – Collaboration with Jan Hendrickse, An ongoing investigation into improvising strategies for movement and sound.
Our Oceans Are Drowning is a new work made for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2011 supported by Dancebase.
.Potentially Plugged in to the Universe was developed in response to a collaboration that disintegrated. First shown as part of Heads Up at Dancebase 2009 then at Pool at the Traverse 2009 and Dancelive festival in Aberdeen 2010
Beating/Breaking Shell is a duet with Aaron Jonah Lewis featuring live violin dance. It is inspired by concepts such as light/dark, chaos/order, death/rebirth, stillness/motion, pure geometry and arithmetic.