My role as a mentor for dance artist Tony Tran, I support with long-term planning, presentation techniques, internationalization and networking, structuring and logistics, communication and marketing. My role was initially to inspire, stimulate, observe, and ask questions. Recently, I have also actively participated in meetings and communication development.

Tony Tran is a Norwegian-Vietnamese choreographer and performer. In his artistic work, he focuses primarily on embodied traits of human relationships and is interested in the diverse expressions and gestures of social togetherness.
His artistic creations have toured in Europe, Asia and North America.
Currently he is working on Brotherly, a piece for three dancers, which will premiere at Bærum Kulturhus in January 2022. Brotherly aims to question and challenge their chase after a form of masculinity that is in decline throughout society. For that, Irish Step Dance serves as a playful means to reflect on factors that can affect the balance of power and challenge established attitudes that shape us.
In 2019 he premiered Jakob at the Nuuk Nordic Festival, a choreographic exploration of a relationship between two men that reflects on questions of power, identity, masculinity and homoerotic clichés. It displaces the audience into a dense atmosphere filled with bodily gestures that meander between desire and violence.
In 2012, he graduated from the Oslo National Academy of Arts and the Danish National School of Performing Arts Copenhagen.