Born in Manchester, UK Faye started dancing at the age of 3 turning professional at 16 and quickly establishing herself as a top Latin and ballroom dancer.
In 2005 she featured in her first international tour 'Simply Ballroom' starring alongside film star Debbie Reynolds. In 2008, aged 18, Faye made her West End debut performing in 'Cheek to Cheek' at the London Coliseum and shortly after Performed at the Peacock theatre in the Show 'Latin Fever’.
Faye has been a leading lady in many UK dance tours since 2014 partnering ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ professional Anton Du Beke in his touring show ‘Ballroom to Broadway’ and similarly in 2017 as Leading Lady and assistant choreographer to Brendan Cole in his show ‘All Night Long’. More recently Faye has starred in 'Rip It Up the 60s’ on West End where she had the pleasure in partnering ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ celebrities Harry Judd, Louis Smith and Jay McGuiness.
Faye joined 'Burn The Floor’ in 2009, since then she has toured the world with the company and performed in Australia, USA, Asia and Europe several times over. She was also featured in the London West End season at the Shaftesbury theatre. Faye has been in the company over 10 years and still loves dancing for Burn The Floor, she has more recently stepped up in the role as Dance Captain onboard NCL. Faye looks forward to many more years with Burn The Floor.