Image Credit: Jack Thompson Photography
Hannah started dancing at the age of 13 after playing cricket at county level for a number of years. In 2014 she began her training at Rambert School where she graduated with a first class degree.
In her second year at the school, Hannah was selected to work on a restaging of Robert Cohan’s ‘Song, Praises and Lamentations’ by Robert Cohan and Paul Liburd. During her final year she was also involved in the creation of works by choreographers including Darren Ellis, Jenna Lee and Mark Bruce.
Outside of school Hannah worked with Rambert Company, firstly touring ‘A Linha Curva’ by Itzik Galili in their autumn 2016 season. During the tour, Hannah was asked to perform ‘Creation’, a collaboration between Rambert Company and Garsington Opera House at Sadler Wells.
Creatively Hannah has been able to develop choreographically with fellow graduate Christopher Thomas and will premier their first fifty-minute work in September 2017, whilst taking an extract from the piece to international platforms of the Summer 2017.
In November 2017 Hannah starts work with Mark Bruce Company and will continue to collaborate with Christopher on future projects.