A graduate of the Victorian College of the Arts, Byron has toured Australia, Europe and America developing and performing roles with Douglas Wright, Leigh Warren, Gideon Obarzanek (Chunky Move), Paul Selwyn Norton, Lucy Guerin Inc, Phillip Adams (Ballet Lab), Lloyd Newson (DV8 Physical Theatre), Kate Champion (Force Majeure), Antony Hamilton and Kate Denborough (Kage). In 2006 he received an Australian Dance Award for 'outstanding performance by a male dancer' and won ‘Best Male Dancer’ at the Greenroom Awards for his years work. He was recently the inaugural Harold Mitchell fellowship recipient for professional development in direction and choreography.
His choreographic work includes Punctuated Equilibrium and the Hayflick Limit for Chunky Move, hest² for the Victorian College of the Arts, Breaks of Asia for The Studio at the Sydney Opera House, A Volume Problem for Tasdance and Goggle Box for which he was nominated for a Greenroom Award for best original choreography. In 2008 he was commissioned by Chunky Move to create I Like This for The Next Move program with co-director Antony Hamilton. He is currently developing a new work DoubleThink that will premiere in Sydney in 2011. He has also choreographed and performed in various projects for television and music videos.