Dancing through the pandemic, from Shenzhen to Stockholm

mtdance - I met Bea Black, 36, a Spanish dancer in Shenzhen at midnight, armed with only a camera and a mirror to create these effects in-camera. She came in full force, charged with slick sizzling moves.  Watching her, IBasket: LifeCredit / Copyright:
Spanish dancer Bea Black in Shenzhen. PHOTO: MANDY TAY
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Thinking back, my first shoot in Sweden with Linnea Hult, a modern dancer, was a surreal moment. I had flown to Stockholm in late February last year, when the global pandemic had yet to fully disrupt life.

We met for the first time in the art-filled Kungstradgarden subway station for a dance video shoot on a winter afternoon.

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