An in-camera multiple-exposure of Jack Preece of Studio One Dance Centre (Aldergrove) during a performance in the Solo Hip Hop/Street Dance category (age 13) on April 12 in the third weekend of the Surrey Festival of Dance at the Surrey Arts Centre. The festival continues until April 29 (with the exception of the Easter weekend)

Dancing Up a Storm

An in-camera multiple-exposure of Jack Preece of Studio One Dance Centre (Aldergrove) during a performance

An in-camera multiple-exposure of Jack Preece of Studio One Dance Centre (Aldergrove) during a performance in the Solo Hip Hop/Street Dance category (age 13) on April 12 in the third weekend of the Surrey Festival of Dance at the Surrey Arts Centre.

The festival continues until April 29 (with the exception of the Easter weekend), with a final awards show on May 10.

No alterations to the content of this image were made on a computer.

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