Hannah is an interdisciplinary artist and educator loosely based in California, working at the confluence of visual art, community storytelling, and climate science.
She has studied the relationship between people and place around the world, partnering with a number of science and wilderness organizations – including as an Artist-in-Residence with the International Arctic Science Committee, Chulengo Expeditions, the Juneau Icefield Research Program, the National Park Service, and Parks Canada. Hannah continues to work with JIRP and Chulengo as a leader and educator, exploring visual art as a tool for interdisciplinary learning and science communication.
When she’s not in the field, Hannah can usually be found in the Bay Area making (mostly blue) art, organizing community storytelling projects, teaching workshops, and working as a freelance designer and illustrator. She was recently an Artist-in-Residence at Google and the Vermont Studio Center, and a Senior Fellow at Gallery Route One in Point Reyes, CA.
Hannah has an MFA in Studio Art from Mills College and a BS in Studio Art from Skidmore College. Her work has been shown at venues throughout the Bay Area, Boston, Brooklyn, and Juneau.