Myles Thatcher is a choreographer and current dancer in the San Francisco Ballet. Over the past nine years in the company, he has created Otherness, Ghost in the Machine, Manifesto, and In the Passerine’s Clutch for the San Francisco Ballet; Frayed and Foragers for The International Competition for the Erik Bruhn Prize; as well as works for New York City Ballet, Joffrey Ballet, Charlotte Ballet, Cincinnati Ballet, and the SF Ballet School. He has choreographed for the San Francisco Symphony's multimedia production of Le Martyre de saint Sébastien and the feature length movie High Strung Free Dance. 

Myles was selected by Alexei Ratmansky to participate in the 2014–15 Rolex Mentor & Protégé Arts Initiative, where he was able to study closely with Mr. Ratmansky for the year long program. In 2016 and 2018, respectively, Thatcher was nominated for an Isadora Duncan Award for Outstanding Achievement in Choreography for Manifesto and Ghost in the Machine.

Myles was commissioned to create a new work for Scottish Ballet's 2019 Digital Season in collaboration with in-house filmmaker Eve McConnachie (released May 2019).