Kyle Page began his professional dance career at Dancenorth in 2004 and in 2014 he returned as Artistic Director of the Company. Over the past 12 years he has performed in 17 countries and collaborated with renowned choreographers including Meryl Tankard, Garry Stewart, Lucy Guerin, Gideon Obarzanek, Gavin Webber, Ikuyo Kuroda, Antony Hamilton and Stephanie Lake.

Kyle, along with his wife and long-time collaborator Amber Haines, has co-directed three full-length works for Dancenorth including Syncing Feeling, Spectra and Rainbow Vomit. These works have been performed across Australia including major international arts festivals - Sydney Festival, Brisbane Festival, OzAsia Festival and MOFO. Their works have received numerous award nominations from both the Helpmann Awards and the Australian Dance Awards. 

In 2013 Kyle and Amber received an Asialink residency and spent three months in Varanasi, India. In 2015 the pair took part in the prestigious Arctic Circle Residency, sailing a barquentine tall ship around Svalbard for three weeks. In 2015 Kyle was awarded the coveted Australian Institute of Management 30 under 30 and was listed as one of North Queensland's top 50 most influential people. In 2016 he was chosen to participate in the Australia Council's Arts Leaders Program, recognised as the AIM Emerging Leader of the Year for the North/Far North Queensland Region and was again listed one of the top 50 most influential people in North Queensland.