"They’re astonishing, those original synths who helped me create this stuff and have been on board since. They just come to work every day and are just a joy." Read the full interview here.
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The Sunday Times reporter Stephen Armstrong goes to SynthSchool to learn from Dan how to walk and move like a robot.
If you have a Times subscription, you can read the full article here.
Published in the Culture, 9 October 2016.
Dan talks to Business Insider about how Japanese Tea ceremonies informed his movement work on Humans.
Dan reveals how he created the unique physical language of the synths in Humans in an interview with entertainment industry website, Vulture.
Gemma Chan's interview in The Morton Report on how to become a convincing 'synth'.
Preview of Humans in The Guardian, Wednesday 10 June, 2015.