Noelle Hauptmann-Anderson is from Napa, California and graduated cum laude from SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Dance in 2019. There she performed repertory by the Trisha Brown Dance Company and Luca Veggetti’s restaging of Watermill by Jerome Robins, performed at BAM Fischer. In Addition, Noelle studied at the Korea National University of Arts in Seoul, South Korea, the San Francisco Conservatory of Dance, and the Jacob’s Pillow Commercial program. In early Fall of 2020, she joined the Brian Brooks Moving company. Shortly before moving to Los Angeles during the summer of 2022, she was one of two dancers chosen for a Vogue Arabia editorial video shoot, directed by Su Mustecaplioglu. Since moving to the west coast, Noelle has danced for Jhene Aiko, Fitz and the Tantrums, Jadu Jadu and Buzz. Additionally she has performed works by notable choreographers and directors such as Child, Genna Moroni, Jerome AB, Ana Maria Lucaciu, Aisha Francis, Mitch Dequilettes, Aerick Luckie, Alex Ketley, Loni Landon, James Alsop, Luca Veggetti, Tom Weinberger, Jeffery Page and many others.