Mr. Edwards, a native Jamaican, performed with Hartford Ballet, American Repertory Ballet, Boston Ballet and Tulsa Ballet where he was promoted to Demi-Soloist.
He joined Houston Ballet in 2010 in which he has performed in works such as Stanton Welch’s Swan Lake, Madame Butterfly and Romeo and Juliet; Ronald Hynd’s The Merry Widow; Ben
Stevenson’s The Nutcracker, Dracula and The Sleeping Beauty; Anna-Marie Holmes’ Don Quixote; Rudy Vandasic’s Romeo & Juliet; George Balanchine’s Prodigal Son; Graham Lustig’s Cinderella, and many other classical and contemporary works.
Mr. Edwards was also created on in the world premiere of Edward Liang’s Murmuration in 2013, this year’s best winner for the Best Ballet.
Mr. Edwards, not only be trained as a professional ballet, but also majoring in kinesiology, the scientific
study of human body movement to address physiological, biomechanical, and psychological dynamic principles and mechanisms of movement, which makes him an unique ballet teacher. During his ballet
class, he always explains the correct movements and applies appropriate muscles to improve techniques as ballet sometimes might change body structures and could develop bad habits if the movements are not trained correctly.
Mr. Edwards also perform as a guest artist both local and nationally.