In 2008 Jack travelled to Los Angeles and participated in a workshop run by choreographer Mia Michaels.
Jack resides in Brisbane, Australia. 
Jack was the winner of the inaugural series of Australia's version of So You Think You Can Dance.
Jack is the cousin of Australian swimming champion Jodie Henry.
Jack has appeared in a music video for Nikki Webster's Dancing in the Street.
Jack has previously performed at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards and as a back-up dancer at a Neil Young concert.
Jack's favorite dance styles are the Funk and Hip Hop.
Jack's grandmother passed away just two days before Jack made his stage debut in 2004.
Jack performed in the stage production of The Sound Of Music alongside Bert Newton and Lisa McCune.
Jack's greatest dream is to have a career on Broadway.
Jack is a member of the all-male tap group called Raw Metal.
Jack: (about dancing): It's always been part of my life. I know I'm meant to do it because when I'm on stage I totally zone out and I don't know what I'm thinking ... It's a part of me that doesn't get to come out in everyday life. That's rare.
Jack: (on the friendship with the "So You Think You Can Dance" contestants) This show wasn't an individual competition because we danced as a partnership and a group. Even in the audition process we all helped each other. That's who dancers are.
Jack: (on the week prior to the finale of 'So You Think You Can Dance') The week before the grand finale seemed to go forever, but then the night itself was over in a blink. I was nervous, but then Kelley Abbey gave us this herbal thing where you rub it into your hands and breathe it in and out, and it gets rid of the fear for you. It really worked - it made me not nervous and really calm.
Jack: (on his plans immediately following 'So You Think You Can Dance') Well, the Logies on Sunday - can't wait for that. But then on the Monday after that, I go back to Brisbane and I just want to have that week off to rest, catch up with family and friends, and get my life back to normal before it all goes crazy again. Because then, of course, we have the tour and then I think I'm going overseas in August.
Jack: Firstly, I just want to say thank you to everyone for your endless support before and throughout my So You Think You Can Dance journey. Not only has my life changed because of this amazing show, but so has the dance industry in this country and to think, this is only the beginning. Please keep embracing dance by signing up to a dance class in a city near you, you wont regret it.
Jack: I have always appreciated dancers like Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly and Hugh Jackman, but I have never wanted to follow in their footsteps. I want to make it my own way!