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Up Close and Personal with BalletX

Life has been a bit crazy but Monday I got the chance to stop by rehearsal for BalletX at the Performance Garage as they prepare for their upcoming Winter Series, February 12th – 16th, at the Wilma Theater. The shot is from Choreographer James Gregg’s piece “Head in the Clouds”.

This was one of the first shots I was able capture while I was there and definitely my fav of the day. Not only does it have that cool black & white look but it’s that intimate type of shot, deeper into the nuances of the dance that allow you to feel the emotion of the moment, through a photo, pretty cool huh?

Enjoy this BalletX moment and look for more in February.


Choreography: James Gregg, Photo by Bill Hebert Courtesy of BalletX

- Bill Hebert

Bill Hebert (pronounced AY-BEAR), has been photographing performances in Philadelphia and New York for 10+ years now primarily capturing dance. He has worked such local artists as KYLD, Rennie Harris Puremovement(RHPM), AMM&DCO, Headlong Dance Theater, BalletX, Winged Woman Dance/Tina Heuges, SHARP Dance and Group Motion among many others in Philadelphia. NY based and touring companies Bill has had the pleasure of working with include: Complexions, Limon Dance, Parsons Dance, Doug Varone and Dancers, Camille A Brown, Les Ballets Jazz de Montreal, Synthesis Dance Project, Stacey Tookey (Still Motion Dance) and Pilobolus. Bill has also had the pleasure of participating in three photography workshops with renowned dance photographer Lois Greenfield.

Bill’s philosophy and mission is to “Capture the Essence of the Moment” and give the work a life beyond the stage.

Bill Hebert is currently a photographer for Dance Affiliates (NextMove Series), Temple University's Dance Department Performance Photographer and Rehearsal Photographer for BalletX.

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