My passion is in the ever search of inner truth and the movement that keeps us creating along the road. I became an actor because acting is a profession that keeps the search going and never offers the final answers. I enjoy that most colleagues in arts shape the profession in their own inspiring way. As a physical performer I approach acting from my body, I like the honesty of the body and the raw, non-conformed feedback it gives. I work in theatre, business, health care and education. What interests me most is social interaction and underlying motivations.
As a teacher or role-play actor, I love the challenge of getting people closer to their origin and personal creativity. At public schools we often learn what to think, I value teaching people how to think and why!
In my workshops I’m always an equal, in a shared responsibility of the learning process. I discover new working methods every time. Thanks to the mime-education and added interest in non-verbal behavior my observation and feedback are on that level. I receive a lot of energy watching people progress and celebrate when I see people grow and develop in my workshops.