A current resident of Ohio, Hannah never preconceived studying industrial design. Always fascinated by the visual arts, and animation in particular, she thought she was going to go to school for graphics. However, while muddling through the daunting number of higher education options, she happened upon the elusive practice called “industrial design.” Concluding she did not want to work in 2D for the rest of her life, she set forth into the unknown. And with every passing semester she grows to enjoy and appreciate it more and more.
She has worked at the Rapid Prototyping Center at the University’s college of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning (DAAP) as both a laser cutter and 3D printer operator, and is gearing up to go to Munchkin toys for the Summer of ’17. Hannah hopes to eventually work in entertainment as a character designer.
In her free time, she enjoys drawing, reading comics, playing the occasional video game, watching a quality animated show/movie, and getting food with friends.
You can view more of her work here.