by Victoria Wolfe – I love the freedom and the space that you can give yourself when creating you own solo. You are your own responsibility, and so can tap into you intuition of movement and thought in a different way. There is more space for improvisation, change, and timing. However, the wealth of possibilities, even with a structured improvisation or with choreographic restrictions, can leave you very lost in choosing what to keep and what to leave behind. This is when I ask someone for feedback. Another problem I face when creating a solo is memory. Having a camera with you when you hit inspiration is very helpful!