Growing up as tomboy Natsuki Miya always had a passion for the art of movement. Born in Tokyo, Japan, she developed her artistry in multiple fields including Contemporary, Theater Jazz, Hip Hop, Locking, Basketball, Baseball, Karate, Acting, Calligraphy and so on. In 2009, right after she graduated high school, her open minded curiosity brought her to New York City to push her craft further. She joined the International Student Visa Program at Broadway Dance Center continuing her training, as well as developing new styles such as Stiletto Heels, Waacking, and House. After 2 years of intense training, Natsuki obtained a US artist visa as a professional entertainer, soon after she was chosen to go on the “Tomahawk Technique World Tour” with Sean Paul at the age of 21. She relocated to Los Angeles in 2013 to challenge herself and expand her career. Natsuki was blessed with the opportunity to work with artists such as Beyonce, Usher, Ne-Yo, Lady Gaga, Nicole Scherzinger, Janelle Monae, Iggy Azalea, Becky G and many more. She also choreographed for Steve Aoki’s music video “Rage the Night Away” and recently toured with Pharrell Williams, Tinashe, Lana Del Rey. In 2014, she was able to fulfill one of her biggest dream projects, being involved in one of Michael Jackson’s music videos, “Love Never Felt So Good” ft. Justin Timberlake. Every single one of these jobs kept her motivated and willing to learn while pushing herself even further. She continues to strive as an artist day to day always looking for an inspiration that will help her inspire others.
She is currently a member of Dana Foglia Dance company, She is eager and excited for her future and believes that "Life is never easy but worth it".