Hannah's interest in film began when she was a freshman in High school after she took a Film as Literature class. She created a short film based on the Hunger Games that received over 1.2 million views and gained recognition from Lions Gate as well as NPR's Studio 360 and the Pittsburgh Tribune. Her YouTube Channel, Books2films, then partnered with PopSugarTV and now has over 3700 subscribers. In the summer of 2014 Hannah worked at Deer Valley YMCA as their photographer and multimedia specialist. She then continued on to Point Park University after recieving a $100,000 artistic scholarship to study for her undergraduate degree. Hannah went on to intern with a communications company in the Spring of 2015. Hannah recieved the Amy Lamb Scholarship from Women in Film and Media, Pittsburgh in May 2015. Hannah now works as a freelance Producer, Production assistant and videographer, working with companies including YMCA, UPMC, The Pittsburgh Steelers, Blackburn Center, and PA Women Work. Her most recent adventure has taken her to Glasgow, Scotland where she is studying for her Masters of Business & Management at the University of Strathclyde while continuing to freelance.