Hannah Nicole Drew is a portraiture photographer based in Norwich. While studying for her undergraduate degree in photography at Norwich University of the Arts, Hannah began to work with photographic muse- Edith. In 2019 Hannah exhibited a selection of images featuring Edith (Dressed Like a Daydream) at the Free Range exhibition at Truman Brewery, Where they were awarded Vice Chancellors Commendation, then going on to commission the images to the Bliss Hotel in Southport where they now permanently reside. Throughout her post graduate degree in photography Hannah has explored a variation of architectural imagery, published within the Home and Design Build Special of KL Magazine in 2019. Currently working within the emerging practice of FaceTime imagery. (Which can be viewed on her website) The contemporary project based around networking and isolation during the constraints and uncertainty of the Covid-19 Global Pandemic, featuring subjects from across the globe photographed within their own individual environments. While in addition to working for the Ambulance Service as a 999 Emergency Call Handler, within these unforeseen circumstances. Her ambition is to be able to have the facility to continue working within large scale portraiture following the pandemic, and to continue to network with models using contemporary methods, working collectively to expand her archive of imagery.