Natasha Adorlee Johnson was born in Huntington Beach, CA, and raised in Overland Park, KS. She graduated from UC Berkeley with a BA in English. Natasha was awarded a 2014 Isadora Duncan Dance Award for her performance in Two if by Sea, choreographed by Kimi Okada.
Natasha trained with American Ballet Theatre, SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Dance, and was an inaugural member of Alonzo King’s LINES Ballet training program. She played “Snoopy” in A Charlie Brown Christmas at the San Francisco Symphony, is a former member of Robert Moses’ KIN, and has performed as a guest artist with Kate Weare Company. Natasha is a featured dancer and music composer for the film Baseballet 2: Into the Game and dancer with ODC/Dance since 2011.
As Artistic Director of Concept o4, Natasha has created dance films, live performance work, and teaches workshops on Screendance. She has previously choreographed for the European Tanzsomer Festival, Regional Dance America, and numerous music video projects. Natasha is a singer and music producer for her solo project, and with the group Saint Tiimbre.