Hannah is a Landscape Designer at SCAPE. Her interdisciplinary knowledge base in landscape architecture and art, the aquaculture industry, and environmental restoration, inform her belief that landscape design – beyond artful creation and transformation of space across all scales – serves as an armature for cultivating new levels of engagement, ecological enrichment, and stewardship.
Prior to joining SCAPE, Hannah worked with a Seattle based environmental organization – the Puget Sound Restoration Fund – focused on restoring marine habitat and water quality through on-the-ground projects. She played a key role in her efforts to connect people to local resources through programming, community development and outreach.
Hannah holds a Master in Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning from the University of Pennsylvania where she received the Laurie D Olin Prize in Landscape Architecture for “design excellence in the making of urban places”, as well as an ASLA Certificate of Merit award. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Studio Art and Visual Culture from Bates College.