Originally from Denmark, Natalie is a London-based dancer and choreographer, graduated from Trinity Laban Conservatoire for Music and Dance in 2015, earning a 1st class BA (hons) degree.
Since her studies, Natalie has been establishing herself as an international dancer and choreographer, facilitating workshops and presenting her own work in countries like Spain, Belgium, Italy, Sri Lanka, England and Denmark. Natalie has had her work programmed at venues, platforms and festivals including Norway Fringe Festival (2018), Resolution (2018/2017), Mile End Art Pavilion (2017), Art Sur Festival for Contemporary Art in Spain (2017), DANS! (2016) and St. Augustine’s Clock Tower (UK). In the autumn of 2018 she brought her cross-disciplinary performance Underworld to Godsbanen in Denmark and presented her most recent work Spektakel in London at Chisenhale Dance Space, as part of Future Fridays.
Poetic and playful, her choreographic work explores in different ways what it means to be human, using physicality to explore identity and relationships, focusing on generosity, engagement and exchange between people.
She aspires to carry a practice that has inclusivity at the forefront both creatively and artistically, and believes that cultural and disciplinary exchange within creative practice can inspire to movement of thoughts and of people.
She currently works for inclusive theatre company Angel Shed as artistic leader of movement.