Matthew trained at the Arts Educations School and the Royal Ballet School. He was a Soloist with the Royal Ballet 1991-96, dancing in Ballets by Fokine, Nijinska, De Valois, Ashton, Macmillan, Balance, Bintley, Tharp and Forsythe. He later joined Rambert Dance Company 1996-2000, where he performed in works by Bruce, Kemp, Kylian, Taylor, Cunningham, Tharp, Naharin and Veldman. He was nominated for Outstanding Achievement in Dance for his portrayal of Lorca in Cruel Garden. He is also an Award-winning Choreographer and has created works for Classical Companies and Schools both in the UK and abroad, including The Royal Ballet, The Royal Ballet School, Birmingham Royal Ballet, English National Ballet, English National Ballet School, London City Ballet, Ballet Boyz, New English Ballet Theater, Central School of Ballet, London Studio Centre, Millennium Performing Arts, London Children’s Ballet, Sarasota Ballet, K Ballet, Hong King Ballet and Ballett Deutsche Oper am Rhein. He joined the Ballet Boyz as a founder member in 2001, and was a guest artist with K Ballet, Tokyo in 2003/4. Matthew made his musical debut playing Sydney Cohen in Adam Cooper’s production of On Your Toes, 2004, he also played Gus Feilding in a revival of Babes in Arms at Chichester 2007. For ROH2 he created Toas in Will Tuckett’s The Wind in the Willows, 2002/3, The Devil in The Soldier’s Tale, 2004/5, the title role in Pinocchio, 2005, The King of the Mountains in The Thief of Baghdad, 2008, The Rake in Pleasure’s Progress, 2010, a role in Cathy Marston’s Asyla, 2004, Oswald in her Ghosts, 2005, and The Prince in Kim Brandstrup’s The Anatomy of a Storyteller, 2004/5. He also played The Prince in Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake, 2006/7, and at Regent’s Park, he played Puck in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 2008. Matthew’s Film and TV credits include: Mrs. Henderson Presents, Riot at the Rite, Margot and Strictly Dance Fever.