Hannah is into design, typography, watercolour and needlework. She has a background in costume design and creative nonfiction, and a degree in Gender Studies from the University of Victoria. She works as an editor and delivers workshops in writing and creativity. Hannah loves to use design to make information more accessible.
Hannah worked at Uni 101 at the University of Victoria where she supported students in their creative process. She is passionate about facilitating transformative learning experiences, especially in an adult learning context. Hannah was previously the designer and publisher of the monthly online newsletter for Dancing Backwards. She has also worked in urban farming and led workshops with Farm to School BC. In addition to her work with Pink Sheep Media, another place where her passions converge is with her sustainable homegoods brand, Apricot & Olive.