Nathan Maas is one of the most well rounded dancers and entertainers in the business. Born and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Nathan began dancing at the age of 4 at Larkin Dance Studio where he was heavily trained in all forms of dance ranging from Hip-Hop to Ballet. Under the direction of Michele and Molly Larkin, he won many regional and national titles both as a group dancer as well as a soloist. These titles include but are not limited to West Coast Dance Explosion, JUMP and most recently the PULSE Advanced Elite Protege. Although Nathan is trained as a technical dancer, he has more recently found his passion in Hip Hop. He began his Hip Hop training under choreographer Trey Barber & has mastered his style by working with artists like Cris Judd, Brian Friedman, Dave Scott, Jamal Sims, Willdabeast Adams, Kim Battiste, and the faculty of Pulse On Tour and Monsters of Hip Hop and many more.
Because Nathan can literally do it all, he has worked in every area of the entertainment industry. He has performed live with artists such as Willow Smith, Collective Uth and the Pointer Sisters as well as on Television with Trevor Jackson on BET's "106 & Park" and on McDonald's "All American Games" on ESPN where he performed choreography by Dave Scott. He can also be seen performing in the Outsyderz Crew choreographed by Willdabeast Adam's and most recently in Zendaya Coleman's music video "Replay" choreographed by Ian Eastwood.