Born in Johannesburg, South Africa, Hubert initially trained as a classical ballet dancer. He went on to join the Royal Ballet in 1993, where he danced for ten years as a soloist. While with the Royal Ballet he performed in works by leading national and international choreographers, such as: Kenneth Macmillan, Frederick Ashton, George Balanchine, Christopher Wheeldon, Siobhan Davies, Twyla Tharp and William Forsythe.
After leaving the Royal Ballet he went on to work in Japan
for a year, making the transition to contemporary dance and
performing with Ballet Boyz and Rambert Dance Company. Performing in works by Christopher Bruce, Aletta
Collins, Douge Varone, Andre Gingras and Anthony Tudor. Whilst with Rambert, he began to create his own work and participated in the annual choreographic
workshops held at The Queen Elizabeth Hall and Resolution at The Place.
Since leaving Rambert, he has pursued a career as a freelance choreographer and teacher, creating pieces for community based projects in education at Sadler's Wells, summer schools at The Royal Academy of Dance and choreographic residencies at Dance East and Roh2. He created a work for Transitions Dance Company in 2012 for their national and international touring season.
He has a close relationship with English National Ballet Education, creating dance pieces for The Ballet Russes Encounters at The Peacock Theatre, Swanning Around at The Royal Albert Hall in 2010 and BIG Dance at City Hall, July 2012. Inspired by the Picasso exhibition, he created a duet for two dancers from English National Ballet that was performed at The Tate Britain in 2012.
He is an associate artist at The Print Room, Notting Hill, where
he collaborated with Petra Jean Philipson and Dan Ayling on City of
Lost Angels in 2009, participated in The Devils Festival, 2010, creating Kanaval
and choreographed work for the critically acclaimed
Jealousy in 2012.