This is a really inspirational place to dance. One of the things that’s really, really amazing about the teachers at Trinity Laban is that each one is very unique and very different, and that really shifts your way of thinking as a dancer. It’s a community of students who want to learn all about contemporary dance and the staff who have the expertise and experience and want to share it with the students and pass on their skills and their knowledge. I think the Trinity Laban facilities are excellent. I think there’s always space, and it’s a really inspiring building. I feel I’ve developed as an artist at Trinity Laban quite a lot. I feel like I’ve been open minded and that’s helped me to widen my horizons and see lots of stuff, but also apart from widening them, understanding where I fit into that horizon. I always feel like there’s a wealth of knowledge that exists within the staff here. All of the teachers have a great deal of experience in the industry and they can all offer something unique. One of my favourite performance experiences at Trinity Laban has definitely been the historical project that you do in your second year, and I had the opportunity to recreate Wayne McGregor’s Polar Sequences. It was just one of the most incredible experiences I’ve ever had in my life.