Hannah is an illustrator and writer based in Brooklyn, New York. You can often find her listening to jazz or eating an entire baguette, or if she's lucky, doing both simultaneously.
As an illustrator, her focus is on drawing for feminists, kids, and feminist kids! She believes wholeheartedly in using art as activism to talk about social justice and inequality.
Many of Hannah's drawings center around the themes of girl power and activism, and are usually sprinkled with elements of whimsy and sweetness.
She also loves supporting women in all of their endeavors, and has created brand illustrations for several women-owned small businesses, which you can view here.
Her writing stems from this same passion for social justice. You can find a few of the articles she has penned on topics such as street harassment, navigating the world as a woman, and being an activist on the internet here.
From 2017 to 2020, she worked on a project called Cats Calling Back which told the stories of women (mostly, though all genders welcome to submit) who have been sexually harassed or assaulted. For more info on Cats Calling Back, you can check out this article in Huffington Post or go to the Cats Calling Back page of this website for more links and to submit your own story (currently on hiatus)! In a similar realm, Hannah is on the illustration team for Our Streets Now, a campaign aiming to end street harassment in the UK through education and legislation.
Currently open for commissions.
Contact her here.