After graduating with a Fine Art degree at Loughborough University in 2019, Hannah Simpson now works in Kent, UK. During her time at university, Hannah took part in an industrial placement year where she interned in Eindhoven, Netherlands, for the designer Nacho Carbonell. Whilst on this internship, Hannah developed a passion for functional art work and began combining ideas from her knowledge of art and philosophy with design, to create biomorphic sculptures that often resemble mystical creatures.
During the past years, Hannah has continued to develop her work to try and combine functional design with fine art. Hannah’s work is inspired by religion, myths and instinctive thoughts, with particular focus on the relationship between order and chaos. She creates sculptures that change how space is used, allowing the viewer to remove themselves from reality and instead to be surrounded by surreal objects that can evoke imagination and emotions.