Born: Sydney, Australia

Trained: McDonald College, Sydney, and the Royal Ballet School

Joined: 2012; First Artist, 2016; Soloist, 2018; Principal, 2023

Created roles: Neptune in The Tempest.

Most rewarding role: Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet – living his incredible story and then having Romeo squeeze your lifeless body after your death is heart-wrenching and unforgettable.

Awards: McDonald's Ballet Scholarship, 2009; Bronze medal, Adeline Genée Awards, 2010.


Carlos Acosta: Don Quixote (Basilio)
Frederick Ashton: Les Rendezvous (pas de trois)
George Balanchine: Slaughter on Tenth Avenue (Hoofer)
David Bintley: The Prince of the Pagodas (King of the West), Sylvia (Magog), Take Five, The Shakespeare Suite (Hamlet, Petruchio), The King Dances (Demon), The Tempest (Neptune, Caliban)
Jessica Lang: Wink
Joe Layton: The Grand Tour (Douglas Fairbanks)
Pontus Lidberg (Raúl Reinoso, Cassi Abranches): Black Sabbath – The Ballet
Kenneth MacMillan: Elite Syncopations ('Friday Night,' 'Hothouse Rag'), Romeo and Juliet (Mercutio)
Juliano Nunes: Interlinked
Alexander Whitley: Kin.
Peter Wright's productions of The Sleeping Beauty (pas de quatre), Coppélia (Franz,'Call to Arms') and The Nutcracker (Clara's Dancing Partner, 'Chinese Dance', 'Russian Dance', Consorts, Jack-in-the-Box)

Header image: Clothing and styling generously supplied by UK dancewear specialists Dans-ez