Hannah Huddle (she/they) is a human who was born and raised in the Shenandoah Valley. After studying scientific illustration at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia, she moved to Rhode Island to work as a Teaching Artist. She later moved back to Richmond and worked in libraries while earning a Master of Science in information from Florida State University. The health insurance from her career ended up being very useful when she was diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2021. The tumor was successfully removed, and she was not allowed to keep it. Hannah's art practices include zine-making, cosplay, fiber arts, and writing. She identifies as queer, disabled, and a cat-person.
She can be reached at email@example.com, but is not currently available to take on new collaborative projects. She would love to publish some illness narrative comics + poetry if you are an agent!
Selected clients, exhibitions, and shows
2022, Sick and Disabled Zine and Craft Fair performer in open mic
2019, American Library Association Zine Pavilion
2019 - 2014 (except 2017), Richmond Zinefest
2018, MAGfest (Music and Gaming) vendor
2018, Exhibition at Midlothian Library
2017, Exhibition "Turnaround Teaching Artists in Providence Public Middle Schools"
2017, Exhibition "Intersections II"
2016, Senior Show, Communication Arts
2016, VALET Zine Show
2016, Anderson Gallery VCUarts Undergraduate Fine Arts Show
2016, CAUTI-Guard animation for Venture Creation Competition
2015, Designed name plates and created coloring sheets for Pocahontas State Park nature center
2015, featured in Auctus: The Journal of Undergraduate Research and Creative Scholarhip, News & Noteworthy Section, “Hannah Huddle: Visually comparing art and science”
2015, Staff photographer, US Quidditch World Cup 8
2015, Photo credit, US Quidditch Rulebook 9th edition
2015, REBELS: Comics Anthology at VCU “Rebels Without a Cause”
2014, Summer VCU Undergraduate Research and Creative Scholarship Summer Fellowship – focus in art and ecology
2014, Invited artist for Friends of the North Fork 10th Annual Fish Fry
2013, Staff photographer, IQA Quidditch World Cup VII
2013, Exhibition “Movement”, one of two featured artists, 7 East Gallery, Woodstock, VA
Virginia Commonwealth University, 2016
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Communication Arts, Concentration in Scientific Illustration
Minor in Biology
Minor in Environmental Studies
Florida State University, 2018
American Library Association Accredited school
Master of Science in Information
Certificate in Youth Services
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