Hannah Albin is a performing artist and accomplished choreographer from the Bay Area, CA. She started dancing at the age of 6 studying jazz, hip hop, ballet, and contemporary dance. During the summers she has trained at Ballet West Academy, volunteered with American College Dance Association, and been a merit scholarship recipient for Backhaus Dance, Limón Dance Company, and Black Label Movement. In Spring of 2021, she studied with the Limón Dance Company as a trainee with Dante Puleio, Kathryn Alter, and Logan Kruger. During this time she performed in Suite Donuts, There Is A Time, and solo roles in Missa Brevis and Dear Isadora. She now studies dance performance, dance choreography, and political science at the University of California, Irvine where she is a Dean’s Scholarship recipient. Here, she has performed in a restaging of La Sylphide by Tong Wang and new works by Dr. S. Ama Wray. She has also choreographed dance films for UCI’s Physical Graffiti, collaborated with composers at the St. Cecelia Conservatory of Rome, Italy, and directed, run, and choreographed her own live show entitled Prefer Not To Say in which she was awarded the Medici Circle Scholarship.