Hannah is a multi disciplinary dance artist experienced in performance, direction and choreography. She completed her training at London studio centre gaining a Ba(Hons) in dance and theatre art. She has performed and choreographed throughout the UK with various companies, specialising in contemporary, tap dance, aerial and dance theatre. She has extensive experience of the outdoor festivals as an aerial performer touring worldwide for the past 6 years with wired aerial theatre’s productions ‘as the world tipped’ and ‘slice’ directed by Sharon Watson from Phoenix Dance Theatre. She is artistic director and founder of sole rebel tap a performance and educational tap dancing company.
Hannah was awarded the 2015 dance uk dancer’s mentoring scheme, identified as a future leader. Her own choreographic work has been commissioned and supported by Gaz Coombes (simulator, music video), Arts Council England, The Point, Exuberant Fund, Alpha Associate Award, Swindon Dance, Bath Icia, Oxford City Council, Pegasus Theatre, Dancin’ Oxford Festival, and Oxford Dance Forum.
Hannah has been working with Wessex Dance Academy since 2011, over the past 6 years she has choreographed numerous pieces with the cohort groups and Wessex Girls : Wessex Girls. Including collaborations with guest artists; Yael Flexer who mentored ‘Let Go’ 2013, musician and composer Chris Redmond in ‘Let Go’ and ‘I’ll be Seeing You in Familiar Places’ alongside body percussionist Anna Llombart from Barcelona, Alice Offley singer and songwriter for ‘In 2’, and site specific piece ‘The Rite of Spring’ at the Great Hall alongside artists and students from Winchester University.