Matt is a Creative Director / Choreographer based in London. TV credits include: Queens Jubilee Platinum Party (Creative Dir. BBC Studios/BBC Events), Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway 2020-22 (Creative Dir. ITV), Strictly Come Dancing – Series 9 – 18 (BBC), National Television Awards 2019-21 (Creative Dir. ITV), Masquerade Ball (Pilot, FOX), Wedding Day Winners (BBC), Pitch Battle (BBC), Sir Bruce: A Celebration (BBC/London Palladium), Sports Relief (BBC), Children In Need (BBC), ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ USA Season 8 Finale (FOX), Let’s Dance for Comic Relief (Series 3 Winner, BBC1), The People’s Strictly (2015), Christmas Day Strictly (2015-17). Commercial: Tik Tok ‘Through the ages’ (Movement Dir. 2021), Strictly Trail 2014 (BBC). Film: All Stars 3D (Vertigo Films). Corporate: BBC Big Weekend (BBC Orchestra) & Musion Holographic Installation (Macau, China).
Matt has experience working with both live & post animation, including creating bespoke animation with Disney, Pixar & most recently, Warner Bros. Matt loves to push the boundaries of creatives, previously using augmented reality, projection mapping, drones, motion graphics, lasers, scribble effect & holograms to enhance performances.
Theatre: Guys & Dolls, Kiss Me Kate (Sheffield Crucible), A Little Night Music (Watermill), West Side Story (Salzburg Festival), Tell Me On A Sunday (Watermill & National Tour), Sweet Charity – In Concert (Royal Philharmonic Orchestra), Daytona (Theatre Royal Haymarket & National Tour), Brass (Leeds City Varieties Music Hall – Best Musical Production, UK Theatre Awards), 42nd Street Gala (Palladium), West End Heroes (Dominion), Darling Of The Day (Union), Snow White (Swansea & Hull), Aladdin (Wimbledon & Wolverhampton, Qdos).
Matt is the co-creator of Can You Dance? Live, a series of 14 nationwide dance conventions seeing 30,000 attendees in 2019, with a headline event at the M&S Bank Arena & ACC, Liverpool. His choreography has 80+ million views on YouTube.
In 2011, Matt won series 2 of ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ on the BBC. During his performing career he appeared in 12 West End shows & has numerous TV, Film & Advert appearances on his CV.
Also, Matt has worked as a Presenter. Credits include: Olympic Men’s Football & Rhythmic Gymnastics, Wembley (Both for London 2012), Main Stage Host at ‘Move It!’ 2013-15 (London Olympia) & The Dance Proms (Royal Albert Hall).
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