For more than 20 years Hannah has been creatively, imaginatively and sensitively documenting life and telling stories across theatre, film, digital platforms, audio drama and photography. She has also supported a wide range of people to do the same in this time.
Hannah is a Disabled, Neurodivergent, Lesbian, Londoner of Irish heritage freelance director, who is working across theatre, screen, digital and radio, with experience of working with and telling stories celebrating these perspectives and beyond.
Hannah has broad and continually increasing experience of creatively embedding and enabling access in her work and collaborating with others to do the same. This includes making relaxed performances and working with British Sign Language (BSL) Consultants, BSL Translators, Audio Description Consultants and Creative Enablers.
Hannah has experience in script development, new writing, adaptations, classics and theatre for children, families & schools.
From directing work on London stages to internationally in Hong Kong; for children aged 6 and above to adults with a child like sense of curiosity, Hannah directs work that has been described as "ambitious" and "accessible". (The Stage - RED at the Polka Theatre in 2021).
With extensive experience of working with Deaf and Disabled creatives, young people, schools and in partnership, Hannah has worked in varying roles across theatre and the arts including participation, education and learning spanning a 20+ year career to date including at the National Theatre, Young Vic, and Southbank Centre.
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