Hannah Fallon is a lifelong creator who has been imagining and constructing works of art since early childhood.
She has apprenticed with jewelers and accessory designers and has contributed to several large-scale and notable installations such as Ernesto Neto’s Anthropodino. Hannah’s work centers on textiles, furniture design, and public sculpture.
Since 2012, Hannah has been a designer and mentor in the 3D studio at Artists For Humanity, an organization in Boston who’s mission is to provide under-resourced urban youth with the keys to self-sufficiency through paid employment in art and design. AFH is built on the philosophy that engagement in the creative process is a powerful force for social change, and that creative entrepreneurship is a productive and life-changing opportunity for young people. Bridging economic, racial, and social divisions, AFH enriches urban communities by introducing young people’s creativity to the business community.