Hannah Larson, originally from Houston, Texas, began her training at Rowland School of Ballet under the direction of Sheryl Rowland. From a young age, she studied ballet, modern, jazz, and tap. She trained with the pre-professional companies, Kingwood Dance Theatre and Kingwood Jazz & Co. There she worked with choreographers such as Jessica Hendricks, Peter Chu, Virginia Hendricksen, John Adamson, and Rob Davidson. She graduated summa cum laude from University of Arizona with a BFA in Dance, and a BA in Information Science and Arts. During her time at UA she worked with choreographers such as Sherry Zuncker of River North, Tammy Dyke-Compton, Sam Watson, Michael Williams, Douglas Nielsen, and Elizabeth George. She was also able to show her many of her own works at various shows featuring student choreography. During her time as an undergraduate, she joined Art.If.Act Dance Project in “The Great American Dance Tour of China”, where they traveled across China for five weeks, performing over twenty shows. She also performed in the winning dance of Jazz Dance World Congress 2012 in Pittsburgh. She has recently been chosen as a presenter for the Young Choreographer’s Festival 2016 in New York City. Hannah now lives in Boulder, Colorado and is teaching and choreographing at various local studios, and she has joined The Schiff Dance Collective and Rogue Co. as a professional company member. She also works as a freelance photographer and web designer.