|| Solo work Code designed to incorporate small cameras on the body, with composer Ian Brown, created at DanceEast and performed at Richmond Festival, and the ICA, London.
|| VeilSAFE an installation created for a solo created for Matthew Hawkins in collaboration with visual artist Caroline Broadhead. Won a Year of the Artist award. National tour to non-theatre venues
|| [B & B]4 a series of duets in collaboration with French Choreographer Anne Marie Pascoli. Design by Lesley Travers (ENO, Lyndsey Kemp), national tour and tour to France.
|| Gourmet, British tour March- May '98 including Springloaded at the Place Theatre. |
|| Sweet Sensations for the Brewery Arts Centre Kendal with Visual Artist Hermione Alsop. |
|| Sweet Boys two national and European tours. With dancers Arthur Pita and Odette Hughes and lighting design by Rui Horta. |
|| Dangerous When Wet two national and European tours, and selected for entry to Rencontres choregraphique Seine-Saint Denis (Bagnolet) competition. |
| 1995 || Sweet Boy solo danced by Odette Hughes. |
| 1994 || Unlaced Grace with Visual Artist Caroline Broadhead, and dancers Matthew Hawkins, Russell Trigg and Isobelle Martinez. |
|| Heirs and Graces European tour. Selected by John Ashford for European touring and also for a season of new British work at Acarte Gulbenkian, Lisbon, alongside Jonathan Burrows, Shobana Jeyasingh and V-Tol. Tour to Birmingham/West Midlands |
|| Grace Not Grace played in the Place Theatre London's Springloaded season then on British tour plus European premiere at Theatre im Pumpenhaus, Munster, Germany. |
|| Death Defying the Eye and Ultramarine with additional direction by Nigel Charnock. National tour: Spring Loaded appearance and subsequently programmed at the ICA and the Almeida Theatre, London. |
|| Garden Party in the Hothouse. Design Jane Joyce - national tour, residences in NW England and West Midlands.
|| Ten Million Besom Brushes - tour with education residencies - West Midlands, Bolton, Manchester. |
|| Dressing For Success - showcases.