Zoey Black, originally from Sydney, Australia, began dancing at the age of 6 years old. She has been trained in many styles such as ballet, jazz, hip-hop, lyrical, contemporary, and musical theatre. From 2009 to 2013, she pursued and established herself a professional career in Sydney working with Australia’s leading choreographers and artists in televised performances, stage and music videos. She was a regular dancer on the Xfactor and the Voice Aus for many years and Zoey also went on tour as a dancer with One Direction, NKOTB and Ricky Martin during their Australia legs with the supporting artists, Timomatic and Johnny Ruffo.
Zoey then competed on the hit television series “ So you think you can dance “ where she placed top 10. Zoey then moved to LA to further her professional career and has since worked with artists such as Britney Spears, Katy Perry, Alicia Keys, Paula Abdul, JLO, Ricky Martin, Janelle Monae, Kendrick Lamar, Nick Jonas, Ava Max, Demi Lovato, Kelly Clarkson, Calvin Harris, Jessie J, Jidenna and many more. Zoey has also made appearances as a dancer on multiple award shows including the American Music Awards, VMA's, MTV Awards, iheartradio Awards, BET Awards and the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards.
Zoey went on tour with Paula Abdul in 2017, to then join Katy Perry’s Witness World Tour that same year which completed late 2018. Zoey was then dancing with Britney Spears for her Vegas residency “Domination” which is still currently postponed.. Zoey then went on tour in 2019 with Ava Max.
Between artist and television work, Zoey has also worked on many corporate jobs and commercials such as Amazon, Porche, Tiffany and Co, Nike, KIA, Hermes, Amway, and flying to Baku Azerbaijan where she performed as a soloist in the Islamic Solidarity Games, choreographed by Kate Wormald and Nathan Wright.