Over the past two decades I have performed throughout the United States and India in venues including horse arenas, art installations, convention centers, office buildings, board rooms, playgrounds, shopping malls, churches, museums, sidewalks, parking lots, living rooms, lounges, night clubs, and theaters of all shapes and sizes. I have danced, climbed, hurdled, hydroplaned, hovered, and flown in the most unlikely places and spaces: inside the 3-story "New Balance" jungle gym in the lobby of Boston’s Children’s Museum; on a floating bridge in the middle of Lake Hibiscus at Forest Hills Cemetery;on a rope ladder suspended 16-feet above Somerville's Davis Square train-station; on a rope-net suspended 40-feet over the Nevada desert at the Burning Man Festival; on 4-foot stilts, that made me 9-feet tall, in Boston's Historic Cyclorama; and amongst butterflies and frogs inside a condemned, open-air theater in the tropical jungles of Kerala, India. I have run, leaped and laid down with horses. I have floated down from trees, skittered across monkey-bars, slid over pools of clay and jumped into water fountains for audiences numbering from ten to four-thousand. I have performed with Chinese fans, Wushu spears, platform shoes, cows, plants, buckets, bathtubs, batiks, brilliant people and underpriveleged children across the globe.