Hannah has over 6 years of professional working experience in Landscape Architecture in a diverse range of projects. Her work experience includes large-scale streetscape projects to reconnect Toronto to its waterfront. She has also worked internationally on mixed-use developments in London England, and both large and small-scale parks in Dublin Ireland. Hannah has participated in several international design competitions, has experience in custom design furniture (as well as fabrication), and has worked in Canada, the United States, Russia, as well as across Europe.
Hannah holds a Master of Landscape Architecture from the University of Toronto and a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and Fine Art from St. Francis Xavier University. She also completed the Constructed Environments program at Parsons the New School for Design in New York City. Hannah worked as a tree planter for 4 planting seasons in remote parts of Canada where she discovered a love of arboriculture and ecology. She was the recipient of the Sloan Award (2018), Academic entrance scholarships (2010, 2014) and the Angus MacGillivray Art Award (2012). Hannah’s work has been exhibited in the Toronto Ravine Rehabilitation Exhibition (2016), Canada Blooms (2016), and the Art Gallery of St. Francis Xavier University (2011-2014).