|Hannah Rose is freelance photographer living and working from Newcastle, Australia. Her personal work is mainly concerned with the moments and stories of everyday life and the existence of nomadic subcultures.|
Her commercial work includes many national campaigns such as RSPCA Australia and Pacific Coast Tourism.
In 2010 Hannah shot 'The Empire', a social reportage of homeless subculture in her hometown explored the family-like bond shared by the group of men she met. The shocking moments within the story are coupled with humor, mateship, and tenderness. It is an intimate journey into a subculture that is often misunderstood due to it's confronting nature and perceptions of the unknown and unfamiliar.
In 2011, The Last Nomad’ was the result of Hannah's expedition across the wild east of Mongolia on horseback, documenting the nomadic culture that exists there. The project is shot entirely on film using a Leica M6 and will feature at the 2013 Reportage Festival Projections.
Hannah was a finalist in the Olive Cotton Portrait Prize 2009, The National Portrait Prize 2010 and a runner up in the Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize 2010. Hannah was awarded Emerging Editorial Photographer of the Year by Australian Commercial & Media Photographer's Association and Trampoline 2010 and presented at the Australian Centre for Photography and Reportage projections 2010.
After completing her work in Mongolia in 2011 Hannah was nominated for a chance to attend the 2012 Reflexions world Masterclass in Europe. She has just returned from 4 months shooting stories in USA, Mexico, Central America and Cuba.