His principal dance repertoire includes Balanchine’s Apollo, Romeo and Juliet, Giselle, Swan Lake, Nutcracker, Serenade, Esplanade, Carmen. In theatre, The Man of the Suitcase, The Tosca Project and No Exit, as well as appearances in films like Love Hurts and Blue Jasmine. In opera, in addition to the principal roles in Marta Domingo’s La Traviata and Zambello's Aida at San Francisco Opera, he has performed in Barber of Seville, Cyrano de Bergerac, Turandot, Nixon in China, Madame Butterfly, Moby Dick, Show Boat, Sweeney Todd, among others. At the Los Angeles Opera, in Simon Boccanegra, Barber of Seville and Carmen.
Along with extensive national and international touring, Jekyns has appeared in international dance festivals in Thailand, Cuba and Colombia, as well as in the international Ballet Competition in Jackson, Mississippi.
He graduated with honors both with a B.A in Performing Arts from the LEAP Program at St. Mary’s College as well as with Master of Fine Arts Degree in Performance in Film, Theatre and Television from California State University. Additionally, he is proud member of SAG-AFTRA and AGMA performers' unions. In addition to receiving the Colombian State Department Honor in Excellence, other careers highlights include being a recipient of the Sono Osato award scholarship from The Actor's Fund, a Hollywood Foreign Press Association Fellowship, a Dance Pedagogy Certificate from The National Ballet of Cuba, and a featured article in Pointe Magazine.
Lastly, he has also lectured at California State University and Orange Coast Community College.