Hannah Miles is a Paper Illustrator who works by hand to create layered works as well as 3D paper crafted scenes. She studied BA (Hons) Graphic Design at The Cass in London, which is where she first combined her love of hand crafts with her design work. Her final major project comprised of a 3D interactive paper installation, earning her Best in Show and a Multi-Disciplinary Design Award. Since graduating, she has worked on promotional material, social media campaigns, paper animations and logo designs for clients. Her paper artwork is where her love of vintage design and all things quintessentially British really show through. Her work is available in her Etsy store, utensils0 Paperart, as well as when attending various markets in London. She also undertakes personal and business commissions for hand crafted gifts and promotional images. Hannah teaches workshops demonstrating the basic skills of paper cutting along with creating handmade cards and decorations. She has produced several online tutorials to show people how to use paper to craft items themselves. She is a member of the Paper Artist Collective who proudly represent members from all over the world, as well as the Association of Illustrators. Available for freelance work and collaborations.
Creating layered works as well as 3D paper crafted scenes by hand. Working on promotional material, social media campaigns, paper illustrations and logo designs for clients. Paper art can be seen at exhibitions and are available to buy online. Teaching workshops demonstrating the basic skills of paper cutting along with creating handmade cards and decorations. As well as producing several online tutorials to show people how to use paper to craft items themselves.
Working on graphics for in app, website and social media. Specialising in paper engineering 2D and 3D visuals for all media as well as promotional objects.
Leading "Do" workshops for all abilities as part of birthday parties, hen dos and baby showers in crafting, sowing and embroidery.
Aiding in studio tasks.
Aiding in widely-varied studio tasks, including admin and sourcing services required. Producing new and researching existing ideas for future projects. Working on current commissions in InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop as well as assisting the creation of Papercraft assets.
Best in Show for 'The Sound Machine' in The Cass Summer Show leading to being displayed at the London Design Festival 2014
2nd place prize winner awarded for "The Sound Machine" Final Major Project work.