Hannah is an artist and arts administrator with a passion for tattooing, visual art, and social justice. She has been drawn to tattooing and drawing since she was in high school, after which she attended the University of Georgia and received her B.F.A in studio art. She began her professional career by curating and producing non-traditional and experimental public art projects in the arts non-profit sector—such as an outdoor fashion show about rape culture, or a civic dinner about gentrification. Over the past few year, she has returned to her original love of visual art and tattooing. She works in the mediums of drawing, painting, and printmaking, textile design, and freelance graphic design, while studying to be a tattooist. She is passionate about social justice, healing, and visual art and tattoos as a form of expression.