Perry started dancing at the age of 18 at Street Factory in Plymouth where her learned multiple styles of hip hop, his main discipline was breakin’.
He performed in London at Rich Mix in 2012 for Frantic Assembly as part of their Ignition company. He continued to work for Frantic Assembly each year as a peer mentor and trained as a Frantic Practitioner in 2015. He has since worked nationally and internationally, directing residencies and leading theatre workshops in Singapore, Malaysia, China, Hong Kong, Norway, and Australia.
Perry studied dance in Plymouth and was awarded a BTEC level 3 extended diploma 2015 and also in 2016 completed a BTEC level 4 HNC in dance.
Performances include: Frantic Assembly “Speak Up”, Rich Mix, Directed by Scott Graham & Neil Bettles; Avant Garde “Black Box”, Barbican Theatre Plymouth, Choreographed by Tony Abigun; Matthew Bourne’s “Lord of the Flies”, Theatre Royal Plymouth, Choreographed by Scott Ambler; Street factory’s “hip hop iz”, Barbican Theatre Plymouth; Frantic Assembly’s “Man Up”, Latitude Festival, Directed by Neil Bettles & Jonnie Riordan; alats dance circus company “room 2 heal” Barbican Theatre, Choreographed by Sophie Northmore; Underworld “born slippy” and “dark train” at Alexandra Palace, choreographed but Neil Bettles; Barbican Theatre Plymouth "petrol headz", choreographed by Laura Kriefman.