Lee Serle’s work includes dances for the stage, site-specific pieces, interactive performance installations, and intimate solo dances that have been presented in Australia, France, Lebanon, and the United States. Serle was mentored by seminal American choreographer Trisha Brown during his year as a 2010-11 Protégé in Dance for the prestigious Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative. Through the program, he created and performed new work with the Trisha Brown Dance Company and toured within the United States and internationally. The initiative also facilitated the creation and premiere of his site-specific dance ‘P.O.V.’ presented in Astor Hall at the New York Public Library. An inaugural recipient of the Australia Council for the Arts, Creative Australia Fellowship in 2012, Serle embarked on a two-year research and development period of solo choreographic practice mentored by Tere O’Connor. Serle is currently developing his new interactive performance installation ‘Multimodal’, which is set to premiere in August 2016 at the Substation in Melbourne, Australia, and two collaborations to premiere in 2017 in New York City. Serle has been commissioned to create many new works for prestigious international companies world-wide including the Lyon Opera Ballet, Sydney Dance Company, Lucy Guerin Inc., and Australian Cetnre for Contemporary Art (ACCA), and has collaborated and performed with Trisha Brown Dance Company, Lucy Guerin Inc., Chunky Move (Gideon Obarzanek, Stephanie Lake, and Antony Hamilton and Byron Perry, among others.