After graduation with Outstanding Distinction from The London School of Contemporary Dance Julian Moss joined the world famous London Contemporary Dance Theatre, under the direction of Robert Cohan, where he remained for nearly ten years, dancing throughout the world, appearing in two Olympic Arts Festivals, the American Dance Festival 's 50th Anniversary, amongst countless other touring dates. This decade with LCDT saw Moss dancing as a soloist in work by choreographers such as Cohan, North, Davies, Alston, Taylor and Robbins.
At the invitation of the Director John McFall Julian then joined Ballet Met in USA as a Guest Artist for their 1989 season, appearing in both the Company's home and on tour, dancing now in a classical repertory with work from Balanchine, Smuin, Taylor, Taylor-Corbett and creating two roles in a new work by James Kudelka. Returning to London he re-joined LCDT for a short period under the new Director Dan Wagoner.
From 1989, Moss has worked as Robert North's assistant staging his work all over the world. Companies include Ballet Met, Göteborg Ballet, National Ballet Of Canada, La Scala Milan, Essen Ballet, Hannover Ballet, Toulouse Ballet, Bordeaux Ballet, Colorado Ballet, Milwaukee Ballet, Tulsa Ballet, Sarasota Ballet, Komische Oper Berlin, Ballet De Santiago, Gyor Ballet, Oper Leipzig, Bern Ballet, Semper Oper Dresden, Ankara Ballet, Louisville Ballet, Napac, San Carlo Ballet and Scottish Ballet.