Hannah had her start at glass blowing back in 2012 at Alfred University School of Art and Design, but has been a practicing artist for about a decade. She had originally started out a painter then later moved on to clay sculpture. Striving for something new to try she later moved on to glass. The first time she had touched glass Hannah knew that this was her future. Glass is a beautiful material which she can relate to very well, It's hot, temperamental, fluid, it's magic. Glass is both a fragile, yet super stable material, and it also will retain a memory when touched while hot. The art of glass blowing is beautiful because it is a material that we manipulate without ever truly touching it. It is also the only material that you capture your breath inside of. These qualities of the material continue to inspire her work and thought process when approaching her art and ideas about the world. Towards Hannah's senior year at Alfred she started to dabble with neon lighting to accent her work. Light in general became a very essential aspect of Hannah's body of work because Light is not something we can touch. It is something you can see, it exists and we know its there, but we can never touch it. This is important to her work because she tends to focus on thoughts or concepts that exist, but we don't see or feel, such as time and space. Time and space are large reoccurring themes within her work as well as perception and how one views the world around them.