After graduating in 2013, Hannah began her career by working on a number of freelance jobs in Chicago and Los Angeles. She worked for the film and video production company Atomic Imaging in Chicago, on several commercial shoots for Bacardi, as well as on the on the independent film “Paranormal Island“.
During her time in Los Angeles, Hannah worked on a few different projects including the 2014 Spike TV Guys Choice Awards, the web-series Cimorelli (see trailer below), and a number of various pilot episodes for the Food Network.
Currently, Hannah is a associate producer at Hint in Kansas City. Hint is primarily a commercial production company but also works on experiential design, original programming, and web development.
“I’ve also been very fortunate to have worked on a few videos for non-profit companies, which I really enjoy doing,” said Hannah. “For example, I co-produced the video that plays on the homepage for United Way of Kansas City, which was really fun and I got to work with kids.”
“We also did a very innovative shoot for the Susan G. Komen Foundation for Breast Cancer, where we used multiple GoPro cameras to shoot a first person narrative of the day a handful of survivors found out they had breast cancer,” said Hannah. “Eventually we formatted the footage for an oculus rift and created a virtual reality experience to really live the life of the survivors. It was a very powerful and also very interesting project to work on.”