Hannah began her training at Elmhurst Ballet School and from there went on to London Contemporary Dance School where she completed her MA in Dance. In 2007 Hannah joined Richard Alston Dance Company, with whom she performed both nationally and internationally for six years.

Her most recent performances include 'Collapse' by New Movement Collective for the Barbican, 'Orpheus and Eurydice' for Scottish Opera by Ashley Page, Cunningham's event 'Dancing around Duchamp' at the Barbican, London, Darren Ellis' 'Revolver' for The Place Prize for Dance, NMC's 'Casting Traces' UK Tour and Mark Bruce's 'Dracula' which won the South Bank Sky Arts Award 2014. Hannah was nominated for the National Dance Award's Outstanding Female Performer in late 2012.

Alongside performing Hannah has taught in many of the UK's leading dance conservatoires, she has taught on both the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes at LCDS, at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance, Central School of Ballet and at Trinity Laban, as well as for dance companies Richard Alston Dance Company, Matthew Bourne's New Adventures and Mark Bruce Company.