Terence has been the regular choreographer for Duchy Ballet since its inception in 1997. His productions have included the major classical ballets, The Nutcracker (1998), Swan Lake (1999) and Coppelia (2001) as well as the new creations Peter and the Wolf (2000), Stepping Out To Gershwin (2000 and revived in 2002) and the much acclaimed Snow Queen (2002).
In 2003 Terence adapted a full length version of Giselle, rated as the greatest of all the ballets of the romantic era. In addition he was commissioned by Duchy Ballet to turn the story of The Mousehole Cat into an entirely new piece of dance theatre.
Terence is now the Director of the Dance College of Cornwall based in Falmouth. The college provides a unique opportunity in Cornwall for dance students to train for a professional career.
In his earlier career Terence was trained in South Africa and at the Rambert School of Ballet, London. Following a period with the London Dance Theatre he became a soloist with Festival Ballet (now English National Ballet) and later ballet master with Northern Ballet Theatre. Turning to musical theatre he danced in a number of West End shows including, The Great Waltz, Showboat, and Hans Andersen. In 1980 he moved to teaching and choreography as, successively, Principal of the Rambert School of Ballet, Artistic Director of the Hong Kong Ballet and Head of Dance at the Urdang Academy, London. Over the years Terence has enhanced his reputation as an international choreographer with assignments in Portugal, Iceland, South Africa, Scotland, Sweden and Finland.