Zebastian Hunter began his career as an elite circus artist appearing in performances all over the world in circus companies, festivals, cabarets, TV, Gala events, the 2000 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony and from 2009-2015 he performed as a featured soloist in Cirque Du Soleil's Alegria and Quidam.
Zebastian has trained at the Fruit Fly Circus, the National Circus School of Montreal, at UNISA (Master of Arts and Cultural Management), and NIDA (Master of Fine Arts-Directing).
In 2016 he joined NICA as the Head of Performance Studies. Here he directed The Odyssey, Fresh Recruits, Precipice, Dispersion, Slumber Party, Eurydike & Orpheus (NICA/NIDA) and Le Sacré (NICA/Australian Ballet School). Independent directing credits include Hawker’s Brewery Circus, the Chadstone Centre Christmas Show, Empty Bodies (Provocaré) and Perpetual Frustration Machine
Zebastian assumes many other roles within the arts including assistant circus director, circus director, dramaturg, movement director, assistant circus director and casting consultant.
Joining Circus Monoxide in 2020 he has now developed a new work entitled The Construct, with many more creative projects lined up ahead.