Hannah lives and works in London. She trained at Edinburgh College of Art, The Florence Academy of Art and Shillington College of Graphic Design.

Hannah is particularly interested in colour and pattern which is evident in her work. She focuses on collage and aims to push the boundaries by combining vibrant, patterned papers to create representation of both the human form and the natural form. She depicts these plants and figures within her work and sometimes the combination of both.

Hannah strives to create something unusual but yet aesthetically pleasing, looking to artists such as Grayson Perry for the unusual and Matisse for the aesthetic.

Hannah has recently exhibited at both Josie Eastwood Fine Art @eastwoodfineartltd and Domenica Marland's @domenicamarland group shows and is still being represented by both on their online platforms.

Hannah also exhibited in an exhibition she co-organised and co-curated in September at The Silo Art Gallery @thesilo.artgallery for young artists. The aim was to give the artists a platform and to raise money for a friend who lost her leg in an accident last year.