Simone is a dance artist, musician, social entrepreneur, author and public speaker. He is extremely passionate about inspiring people and getting them to express themselves through movement.

Simone has a BA in Contemporary Dance from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance and an MSc in Dance Psychology from the University of Hertfordshire.

He is the founder of Popping For Parkinson's, a project that transforms Parkinson's patients into Popping dance students, and was awarded in the Universal Hip Hop Museum Hall of Fame for his contribution to Hip Hop Culture.

He was a TEDx Speaker twice, and he was awarded by the UK Government as a Point of Light outstanding volunteer.

As a teacher, he taught for many companies and institutions, for all ages and levels, including Move It, DanzaInFiera, Rambert, The Place/LCDS, University of Suffolk, Trinity Laban, Age UK, Parkinson's UK, DanceWest, Matthew Bourne's New Adventures, Dance For PD® and more.

He is also an accompanist for dance classes, and he played for Trinity Laban, The Place/LCDS, Royal Ballet School, University of Roehampton, Rambert, English National Ballet, DV8 Dance Company, Matthew Bourne, Akram Khan, Wayne McGregor and many more.