Humlao is a Micronesian multidisciplinary artist currently pursuing a Master of Fine Arts at Hollins University and already holds a Bachelor of Arts from Kennesaw State University. They have trained in programs with Philadanco, Koresh, Limon, Diavolo and the American Dance Festival. They have performed in works by esteemed choreographers including the late Carlos Orta, Akiko Kitamura, Christopher L. Huggins, Alexander Proia, Jacques Heim, and Bill T. Jones. They have also participated in the initiatives of the American Dance Legacy by performing in restagings of works including Donald McKayles's Rainbow Etude, Anna Sokolow's Rooms, and Alwin Nikolais' Tensile Involvement. They are also currently members of the Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies and is a member of the Dance Studies Association. Additionally, they are a Resident Artist with Core Dance, member of Kit Modus, and have performed with Full Radius Dance, Ballethnic, and Migrare. Outside of the concert dance world, they are also heavily involved in efforts to promote the discussions surrounding the decolonization and demilitarization of the Pacific.