In my experience, cultural production is defined and informed by personal history, geography, cultural norms, and education.

The experience of growing up in Cambodia and France, born to a French mother and a Cambodian father, offered me the extraordinary opportunity to straddle the cultures of Cambodian and Western dance but has also placed me in the heart of tragedy.

The central preoccupations in my work revolve around issues of identity, diasporic and hybrid cultures, personal and collective histories.

Ultimately, I see this work as a form of resilience, a way of moving on positively from the wounds of history.