Hannah trained at the London Contemporary Dance School, graduating in 2014 with a First Class BA Hons degree. During her time there she was awarded the Charlotte Kirkpatrick award (2013) and The Principals Award (2014) for outstanding achievement. After graduating in 2014, Hannah became a member of JV2’s professional development programme.
Hannah has worked with Full House Theatre company in association with Motionhouse (Where the River Runs, Regional tour 2015), AΦE on ‘KAI’ (Film for ID magazine, directed by Andrew Cumming, 2015), Jasmin Vardimon on Maze (Margate Winter gardens 2015 – Jv2 Dancer) Mafalda Deville, Athanasia Kanelloulou and Marilena Dara (JV2 Triple Bill, National Tour 2015). Hannah has also performed at The Bloomsbury Festival (2012), The Move Hitchin Festival (2013), Dance Umbrella (2013), and was a workshop leader and performer for LC3’s National Tour (2014)
Hannah has created her own work for Fringe Shorts (The Place, 2015) and is part of M.E.N performance collective. While at LCDS Hannah was a teaching assistant on The Place’s Centre for Advanced Training programme.
Currently, Hannah choreographs for a number of local events and dance schools in Kent and delivers workshops in Primary schools across the United Kingdom in Contemporary, Jazz, Jive, Chinese, Indian and Egyptian Dance.
Hannah has collaborated with Stopgap on Bill & Bobby and The Enormous Room, and teaches Stopgap’s youth partnership group in Tunbridge Wells.