Choreographer and creative director Peter Leung trained as a dancer at The Royal Ballet School. He danced with the Bayerisches Staatsballett, Le Ballet de l’Opéra de Lyon and Dutch National Ballet. Peter is one of the creative directors of House of Makers, an interdisciplinary arts company with a focus on the creation of interdisciplinary performance art. Since January 2017 Peter is affiliated with the Dutch National Ballet as a Young Creative Associate. In this role he has been pushing the boundaries of the classical ballet art form; He creates work that has a wider audience reach than the theatre and he brings ideas and working practices to the classical ballet environment.

As a choreographer he has created work for Dutch National Ballet, Origen Cultural Festival, van Gogh Museum, Boijmans Van Beuningen Museum, Rotterdam Kunsthal, EYE museum and Tropenmuseum. He believes in using different mediums to connect to audiences on various levels and has been working with artists from multiple disciplines ranging from video to photography to fashion. As part of his love for visual storytelling Peter has studied as a filmmaker at the New York Film Academy and photography at Central Saint Martins and the Fotoacademie NL. Peter created the first virtual reality ballet 'Night Fall', which was critically praised by journalists "as a key moment in dance history" - De Volkskrant.

In 2019 Peter has a new creation called ‘Individuell’ for the Bayerisches Junior Ballet Munich, he is staging a version of the St John Passion and co-directing the annual International Young Patrons Gala at the Dutch National Opera and Ballet.