Satomi Itohara began her ballet training in her home town of Yamaguchi, Japan. Following a move to the United States, she continued her education at Utah Valley University on a scholarship, where she graduated with a BFA in Dance. Satomi moved to New York to train and was invited to join the Joffrey Ballet Concert Group under the direction of Davis Robertson. As a member of the company, she has worked with choreographers such as Africa Guzman, Julie Bour, Larry Keigwin, Brian McSween and Davis Robertson. In high demand as a freelance dancer, she has worked with independent choreographers and companies in NYC, and toured around the nation. She enjoys choreographing and has presented her works in major dance festivals and showcases in NYC such as The Dance Gallery Festival, Dumbo Dance Festival, The Identically Dance Festival, and many others. She moved to Tokyo in 2016, and she works as a dancer, ballet/contemporary ballet instructor, ballet lesson translator, in addition to her choreographic work. After moving to Tokyo, she continues to present her works Internationally.