Fiona Cameron-Martin started her training at the age of 5 in Hong Kong with her mother Nica Lee, before moving to Australia where she was given a place at the Australian Ballet school. It was there that she received six years of training, being taught by Irina and Sergei Konstantinov, Ai-Gul Gaisina, Margaret Wilson, Slava Zalomski, Tristan Message, Lynette Wills, Michela Kirkaldie, Xiuyun Tang, Jiahong Wang, Lisa Pavane, Leigh Rowles and Marilyn Rowe. After leaving the Australian Ballet School, Fiona had 2 years intensive training Russian Choreographic Academy under Yulia and Maxim Vasilyev. After graduation Fiona moved to Europe to pursue her dream of dancing. Soon after arriving in London she received a contract with the Romanian National Ballet of Bucharest. She had the pleasure to work under the direction of Johan Kobborg. Fiona had the opportunity to dance soloist roles such as: Solo Slave from “Le Corsaire" by Vasili Medvedev, Four couples from “Classical Symphony” by Yuri Possokhov, Four couples in DSCH by Alexei Ratmansky, Pas de six from “La Sylphide" by Johan Kobborg, Cleopatra from “Faust” by Alexa Mezincescu, Courtesan from “Manon” by Sir Kenneth MacMillan. She also danced in “Themes and Variations” by George Balanchine, “Petit Mort” by Jiri Kylian, and “In the Middle Somewhat Elevated” by William Forsythe, among others. While in Romania Fiona also worked with other great teachers, dancers and choreographers such as Sinner and Yannick Boquin, Ethan Stiefel, Patricia Neary, Alina Cojocaru, Johan Kobborg, Elke Schepers, Thierry Guiderdoni, Stephane Dalle, Gennadi Nedvigin, Bruce Sansom and Karl Burnett. In the fall of 2016, Fiona became part of the faculty at Southold Dance Theater and also serves as a Guest Artist for the company. She is happy to be part of this award winning ballet school and beside her husband Calin, is calling South Bend her new home.