Breton Tyner-Bryan is a graduate of the University of Utah with a BFA in Ballet Performance. She received her training at the School of the Hartford Ballet and Ballet West Academy. Breton has performed with Hartford Ballet, Utah Ballet, Kunst-Stoff, Project Agora, Labayen Dance, DO NOT DANCE UK, Deborah Slater Dance Theater, PUSH Dance Company, and Rawdance SF. Additionally she has performed works by Marius Petipa, Kirk Peterson, Alonzo King, Robert Moses, Charles Moulton, Donald Byrd, and Cathleen McCarthy. She has had the pleasure of working with the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company. In January 2010 Breton was invited to Norsborg, Sweden Cullberg Ballet, and Summer of 2012 she was invited to work with Australian Dance Theatre and Sydney Dance Company.
Breton has choreographed for Woodside Vaulters, a Flash Mob/Commercial for Sonas Denim Company, the Union Square Business Improvement Organization SF, Jewels in the Square presented by LINES Dance Center, Brigham Young University, Shawl-Anderson Youth Ensemble, and College Preparatory School of Berkeley, CA. She has taught for The National Synchronized Swimming Team, Brigham Young University, The Place (London), Tempered Body Dance (London), DO NOT DANCE UK, Dance Base Scotland, Dance Mission Youth Program, ODC Youth Program, Shawl-Anderson Dance Center, School of the Arts SF, LINES Ballet, and Alonzo King LINES Dance Center/School. Breton founded her own company in 2011, and was featured in Pointe Magazine August 2012.
As a dance photographer her work has been used by many dance companies and artists in the Bay Area including the LINES/Dominican BFA Program, Labayen Dance, Project Agora, and ODC’s Pilot series to name a few. Her work has appeared regularly in such publications as the San Francisco Chronicle, Bay Area Guardian, and the San Jose Mercury News. Breton has exhibited her work at Dance Mission as part of Project Agora’s 2007 home season, Fivepoints Art House in collaboration with Motion-Pictures SF 2009, and the San Francisco Dance Film Festival 2010.