Whilst studying Goldsmithing, Silversmithing and Jewellery Design at Kent Institute of Art and Design, Hannah was strongly influenced by her love of organic forms. After graduating in 2002 with a first class honours degree she continued to develop this theme on a one year post-graduate residency.
Hannah moved back to Cambridgeshire in 2003 and set up her own workshop where she continues to make sculptural jewellery that reflects the beauty and delicate structures found in nature. Working predominantly in silver and 18ct gold her jewellery comprising of hand pressformed and individually fabricated units, combined with subtle surface textures and contrasting finishes to create unique pieces of fine jewellery.
Hannah also works to commission creating individual pieces to suit clients requirements.