Born and raised in Hong Kong, Yina Ng currently studies and creates movement-based performances in New York City. Dance is her primary activity, but she also works as a graphic designer and video editor for various websites and her own artistic explorations, including several dance videos on her website. Since earning her BA from Middlebury College, Ng has worked with inspiring artists such as Faye Driscoll, Lindsey Drury, and David Hurwith, among others. She is a founding member of Tiffany Rhynard’s Vermont-based dance collective, Big Action Performance Ensemble (Big APE) in 2008 (www.bigapedance.com). Currently, she is working with David Hurwith and his improvisational ensemble on a structured improvisional performance opening in December, 2010. Experiences working with these diverse artists inspire Ng to create with multilayered emotional and physical complexity. Her previous choreography was shown at the highly selective American College Dance Festival National Gala at Barnard College (2008), the Green Space Studios, and Movement Research’s Open Performance Series at Dance Theater Workshop.