Noelle Chun is a Seattle based dance artist specializing in the performance of improvisation and choreographic forms emerging from collaborative authorship, somatic investigations, and efforts to bring transparency of the dance making process into performance. She was the founder and member of Like You Mean It, an improvisational trio with notable residencies and performances including Colby College (ME), Green Street Studios (MA), Ohio University (OH), and Southern Theater (MN). Her choreographic work has been presented at parks, gallery/studio spaces, and traditional theater venues. Formerly based in the Midwest, she has received fellowships from the Ohio Arts Council and Greater Columbus Arts Council. She also served on faculty at Ohio State University and Ohio Wesleyan University. She holds an MFA in dance from Ohio State University and a BA in Anthropology and Theater Arts from Beloit College.