Natalia Roberts is an independent choreographer, photographer, and filmmaker. Trained as an architect, her work has a strong design element but is always rooted in people. She is fascinated by telling stories through movement and the human form.
Starting at age 20 she received her dance training first from Washington University in St.Louis, and later in NYC with the Peridance 2-year Certificate Program in Ballet and Contemporary dance. She went on to work with companies across NYC performing and choreographing before suffering a major injury in 2018. Unable to dance, she returned to her design roots, began apprenticing with dance photographer Rachel Neville and working with film.
Since then Natalia has recovered from her injury and continues to dance and choreograph. She was selected as an EMC Emerging Choreographer, a dance and film artist-in-residence at Cucalorus, a filmmaker-in-residence with ODC dance, and received a $20,000 individual artist grant from the San Francisco Artist Commission to support her first feature-length dance film.
She recently moved to Denver where she continues to work as a photographer, filmmaker and performer. She is currently working as a visiting artist-in-residence at the Art Student League of Denver, performing in Netflix’s “The Queen’s Ball: A Bridgerton Experience”, and working on her latest dance film.
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