Hannah studied at the University of Westminster where she gained a first class degree in Film and Television Production (BA Hons). In 2010 she co-founded the production company Inglenook Productions, where she produced roses in winter – The Short Film and don't stop making memories. Hannah has worked extensively with The Co-operative British Youth Film Academy over the past seven years as a professional mentor to young filmmakers as well as taking on key production roles. Films she has worked during this time have gained awards and nominations from the Houston Worldfest International Film Festival and Raindance Film Festival. Hannah's latest credit with the company is as the producer on a modern feature film adaptation of William Shakespeare's Henry the Fourth Part Two, due for release at the end of 2012. Her newest project is currently Hogmanay, a Scottish feature film due to shoot in early 2013.