Updated: Jan 10
Hannah is a painter living in Asheville. She studied at Yale University and Boston University, and has exhibited internationally. She is represented by Tracey Morgan Gallery in Asheville, NC and Slag Gallery in New York. Her work was shown recently at The Drawing Center and at Volta, Basel. Last year she had her fourth solo show in New York at The Lodge Gallery and her first solo museum show at the University of Maine Museum of Art.
Hannah is a tax expert who specializes in working with creative people and their businesses. Though she’s worked at a couple “buttoned-up” tax firms in New York, she loves bringing her tax skills to the aid of the creative world. Her passion for helping creative businesses began when she was an Account Executive and Interactive Producer for a New York interactive design agency, where she saw the struggles and triumphs from the inside.
A long-time working artist with a high-level exhibition history, the financial challenges of freelancers and small creative businesses are both relevant and personal to Hannah. And she knows that describing tax concepts in jargon-free language is always a good thing.
If you want to learn more about taxes for creative people, you can read her column in Hyperallergic. And you can sign up here if you want it delivered to your inbox.