Lindsey L. Miller is a professional dancer and choreographer based between NYC and Illinois. She graduated with honors from Illinois State University with a degree in dance performance and trained in the professional training program at the Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance. Professionally, she has danced for notable choreographers and companies, including Karole Armitage, Benoit Swan Pouffer, Desmond Richardson as a guest dancer with Complexions Contemporary Ballet, Abdur-Raheim Jackson, Quixotic, Alison Cook Beatty Dance, Beth Soll, Heidi Latsky Dance On Display Installations, Trainor Dance, Elizabeth Caroline White, Kim Nofsinger’s Shelter Repertory Dance Theatre, and Ballet des Amériques. She has also danced and modeled for brands, such as Marc Jacobs for NYFW, Aveda, L'Oreal Matrix, Dance Magazine, GEOX, Nikon, Body Wrappers, Lululemon, Oribe, KD Dancewear, and Make Up For Ever. She has been featured in dance film work, such as Maroon 5 and Lorde’s tour visuals, Run the World TV pilot, and the feature film Asura filmed in Beijing, China.
She has been teaching for over ten years on faculty and as a guest artist across the country for many organizations, including Peridance Capezio Dance Center, Joffrey Ballet School, Greenwich Ballet Academy, Southern Association of Dance Masters, Ballet des Amériques School, Arts on Site, McLean County Dance Association, Pure Yoga, and Equinox. Ms. Miller has done choreography residencies at Illinois Wesleyan University and Illinois State University and was a contributing choreographer for Quixotic’s Sensatia – Cirque Cabaret at Faena Theatre in Miami, FL.
In 2014, she founded her own dance/media company, LLMoves, to develop a platform for her own collaborative projects combining dance with fashion, film, photography, and music. Lindsey’s choreographic work has been featured in various dance and film festivals, including Cucalorus Film Festival, LA CineFest, winner of PBS’ channel THIRTEEN short film contest REEL13, American Dance Guild Festival, ADF’s Movies by Movers Festival, and at venues such as Dixon Place, Actors Fund Arts Center, Westbeth Artist Community, The Tank, and Ailey Citygroup Theatre. Recent notable LLMoves’ performances include dancing at the United Nations in NYC for World Oceans Day, in Campeche, Mexico for Dzul International Dance Festival, and in LA for the San Pedro Festival of the Arts. In 2021, Lindsey was a recipient of a City Corps Grant from the New York Foundation of the Arts.