Natalie Tin Yin Gan (顏婷妍) is an independent choreographer, interdisciplinary artist, and facilitator working on the unceded ancestral lands of the Coast Salish peoples. Her practice squats at the intersections of food, feminisms, race, voice, and body. She has presented, performed, and spoken in Seattle, Vietnam, Malaysia, and across Canada. Natalie is the Co-Artistic Director of interdiscplinary company, Hong Kong Exile, where she explores the historical and contemporary politic of the state of Chineseness from a diasporic perspective. Natalie’s practice is profoundly influenced by choreographer Lee Su-Feh (battery opera performance) whose mentorship instigated her dedication to Fitzmaurice Voicework. She is a passionate educator, producer, and the Youth Program Coordinator at the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival. Natalie is a late sleeper, a late riser, a late bloomer, a latecomer, and a late-night snacker.