Voyd trained at The Arts Educational School in Tring. Following graduation at the age of 16 she immediately began working in London with Arlene Phillips, subsequently enjoying a long and close working relationship on many projects both as a dancer and as her assistant.

In the earlier part of her career Voyd danced on innumerable music videos with such artists as; David Bowie, The Pet Shop Boys, Duran Duran, Uriah Heap, Depeche Mode, Billy Idol, Cliff Richard, Elton John, and many more. Numerous TV and Film projects include working with Ken Russel, Martin Sheen, Clark Peters, Paul McCartney, and Monty Python’s Flying Circus, as well as performing in Arlene Phillips’ iconic dance troupe Hot Gossip.

Musical theatre credits include Masquerade with The Young Vic, and A Clockwork Orange with the Royal Shakespeare Company. Voyd created the part of Volta in the original cast of Starlight Express, and working with Trevor Nunn, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Arlene Phillips, subsequently went on to play all the female leads. She also assisted in recreating the productions in Germany, Japan and Las Vegas.

In film, television, theatre and corporate, Voyd has worked with choreographers including Jeff Richer, Anthony Van Laast, Flick Colby, Chrissie Cartwright, Molly Molloy and countless others.

As a teacher, Voyd has guest-taught at many prestigious schools including; London Studio Centre, Bodyworks in Cambridge, Arts Ed in Tring, Elmhurst Ballet School, Pineapple Dance Studios and Danceworks in London. She has taught master classes in Europe, and at the invitation of the Brazilian government she worked with underprivileged children in Sao Paulo. For ten years Voyd was principle of Liberatus School of Performing Arts in Swindon. For two years she was also Creative Director and Head of Dance at Bodyworks School of Performing Arts in Cambridge.