Talia Fowler

Talia’s career has spanned across a wide variety of dance genres and media platforms.
She is a classical ballerina having worked for companies – The Queensland Ballet, Ballet BC (Quebec),
Madboots Dance (NY), Gregory/Dawson Project (San Francisco), Leigh Warren Dancers (Adelaide), Alonzo
King LINES Ballet (San Francisco). Performing both classical & contemporary works, her career taken her to Europe, Asia, Canada and the USA.

In 2009 she was the winner of Season 2 ‘So You Think You Can Dance’.
She starred in ‘Fame the Musical’s national tour as Iris Kelly.

Throughout the commercial industry she has worked for the likes of Tabitha & Napoleon, Sonya Tayeh,
ARIA’s, AACTA’s, X Factor, Australia’s Got Talent, & various music artists. Currently, she freelances as a soloist and pas de deux artist with performances across the international corporate scene. Talia recently performed on the runway for international fashion label BALMAIN.

Her work for Sony Music can be seen in choreography, movement direction and video editing for
Timomatic & Pusha T music video ‘Delilah’, and Talia can be seen in lead acting roles for Timomatic
‘Parachute’, The Veronicas ‘You Ruin Me’, and Van-ahn Nguyen’s Album ‘Peaceful Piano Essentials’.
Talia landed the cover of Dance Australia, advertising campaign and face of Bloch ‘Heritage’ pointe shoe
& guest performances for the Australian Dance Awards, So You Think You Can Dance US, & the World Dance Congress.

In her training she achieved her A.R.A.D Solo Seal and was a part of The Genée International Ballet
Competition (now The Fonteyn) and The Prix de Lausanne.

Talia is a now certified coach for Vaganova method training with the Australia Conservatoire of Ballet,
and runs an interstate ‘Elite Artist’ Classical Ballet Program.

She is a private technique coach and has taught nationwide workshops & masterclasses for the past 6
years. She has also adjudicated solo scholarships, competitions and dance festivals across the country.
As guest speaker for organisations ‘Beautiful Mind’s’ and ‘The Halogen Foundation’, Talia has enjoyed
becoming a mentor to the new generation.