何雅詩，先後畢業於澳門大學及臺灣藝術大學，獲頒工商管理學士及跨領域藝術碩士。現為中國舞蹈家協會會員。自幼學習中國舞，已取得北京舞蹈學院中國舞等級考試一至十級教師資格證書及全十三級教師授課證書。2004年完成澳門演藝學院舞蹈學校三年制的舞蹈編導課程，師從中國舞蹈家應萼定。曾合作的藝術家包括 Amy Marshall (美國)，Jacek Luminski (波蘭)，Alexandra Battaglia (葡萄牙)，古名伸 (臺灣) ，伍宇烈、梅卓燕、邢亮 (香港)。
2000年隨澳門演藝學院舞蹈學校赴上海參加第六屆「桃李杯」舞蹈比賽群舞賽項，獲表演獎及評委特別獎。2004年第十五屆澳門藝術節節目《精彩舞青春──澳門新編舞蹈匯萃》中合編及演出作品《母．女》；2005年第十六屆澳門藝術節之歌舞劇《細味人生》中擔任編舞；2008年獲選澳門文化中心主辦之「跳躍．紐約」編舞精英交流計畫，赴美國紐約接受編舞培訓，並與舞團藝術總監Amy Marshall聯合創作《浪．無止》，於澳門首演。2009年參與由澳門文化中心製作《澳門故事》系列 ― 衣食住行之「行行出狀元」，擔任聯合導演及編舞。2010及2012年分別以編舞作品《飛舞霓裳》及《塑姬》獲邀赴香港出賽“紫荊杯國際舞蹈邀請賽”，並取得評委會特別奬；2012年與香港舞蹈家伍宇烈及本地編舞郭瑞萍共同創作第二十三屆澳門藝術節節目《鄭家花月夜未央》，並擔任聯合監製及獨舞舞者；2014年與葡萄牙舞蹈家 Alexandra Battaglia共同為第二十五屆澳門藝術節節目 – 當代舞蹈《重生》編舞，並擔任監製。2015至2017年分別監製澳門基金會市民專場演出《詠舞南音》，《明心反照》及《她們說…我城》。2017年獲邀為澳門光影節的開幕演出編排舞蹈《星空祈緣》。其他編舞作品包括《面具》、《敦煌儷影》、《嫦娥居月》、《袍意》、《寵傷》等，分別於國際青年舞蹈節、澳門藝術節、澳門城市藝穗節及澳門基金會市民專場演出中發表。
Stella Ho holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in Cross-disciplinary Arts from National Taiwan University of Arts and a Bachelor’s degree of Business Administration from University of Macau. She is a member of China Dancers Association. She started to learn dancing at the age of six, and was trained in the basic techniques of Chinese classical dance and Chinese ethnic dances. She has been trained as an instructor for Chinese Dance Graded Examination since 1995, and has obtained the certificates for teaching grade 1 to 13 issued by Beijing Dance Academy Graded Examination Committee. She finished the 3-year choreography course provided by the Macao Conservatory Dance School in 2004. She has collaborated with artists namely Amy Marshall (USA), Jacek Luminski (Poland), Alexandra Battaglia (Portugal), Ku Ming Shen (Taiwan), Yuri Ng, Mui Cheuk Yin and Xing Liang from Hong Kong.
In 2000, she was one of the Macao Conservatory Dance School’s representatives to take part in Tao Li Bei Competition in Shanghai, participating in the Group Dance Section. In 2004, the co-choreographic work of Stella Mother-Daughter was presented in the program “Modern Dance – A Gala of New Choreographies” of the 15th Macao Arts Festival. In 2005, she was invited to be the choreographer for the musical theatre “Our Life”, staged at the 16th Macao Arts Festival. In 2008, Stella who participated in the project “Dance to New York – Choreographer Exchange Program” organized by the Macao Cultural Centre, received intensive training at the Amy Marshall Dance Company in New York, and assisted in the choreography of Tides of Change, a new work about Macao with the company’s artistic director – Amy Marshall. She was one of the Associate Directors and Choreographers for the program “Have steps, will travel”, produced by Macao Cultural Centre in 2009. Two of her dance pieces, Swinging, Turning and Fluttering and Sculpturesque Beauty were awarded with Adjudicators’ Panel Award in Bauhinia Cup International Dance Invitation Championships 2010 and 2012 in Hong Kong respectively. In 2012, she created the site-specific theatre “Zheng’s Walls Have Ears” with Hong Kong choreographer Yuri Ng and local artist Candy Kuok, which was staged at the 23rd Macao Arts Festival. She was also one of the performers and producers of the theatre. In 2014, she co-choreographed the contemporary dance program “Revival” with Alexandra Battaglia, which was staged at the 25th Macao Arts Festival. From 2015 to 2017 she was the producer for Macao Foundation presents Performance for the Citizens – “Dancing to the Sound of Naamyam”, “Reflections” and “To Each Her Own City” respectively. In 2017, she was invited to to be the choreographer for the dance performance of the opening ceremony of Macao Light Festival 2017. Other major choreographic works of Stella include Mask, Beauties of Dunhuang, Robot Fairy, Sweet Agony, etc which had been staged at International Youth Dance Festival, Macao Arts Festival, Macau City Fringe Festival and Macao Foundation presents Performance for the Citizens respectively.
In 2012, Stella established the dance company “Stella & Artists”, aiming to contribute to the promotion and development of the arts of dance in Macao. In terms of cultural and art exchange, the company has been organizing dancers in Macao to participate in dance performances and exchange activities in Lisbon in Portugal, Brisbane in Australia, Seoul and Daejeon in South Korea, Beijing, Guizhou, Ningbo, Guangzhou and Zhuhai of China as well as Hong Kong. Moreover, Stella & Artists is the Macao station of China Dance Courier Stations Network, which connects contemporary dance organizations in 35 China cities to share information and resources.