Hannah Devereux is a visual artist currently living and working in London UK. Her work, which takes the form of photography, drawing and collage, explores the possibility of abstraction in landscape and the idea of an autonomous image. Over the past eight years Hannah Devereux has been featured in numerous exhibitions, publications and projects internationally. Renowned curator and critic Robert Storr selected her work for inclusion in an exhibition in Connecticut, USA in 2013. She is the sole featured artist in Lintel VOL 1 NO 2 published in May 2014 by Corbel Stone Press and in April 2014 Hannah travelled to the Isle of Eigg in the Scottish Hebrides for a one person residency in a small purpose built bothy, as part of ‘The Bothy Project’. She is represented by Telegram Gallery. She also works freelance as a photographer and designer, clients include Alec Finlay, Found Sound Nation, Aquarelle, Carcanet Press, The London School of Economics, Delta Airlines, The Briars of North America, The National Trust, NHS, Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, UZ Arts, Creative Scotland, Hauser & Wirth, Scottish National Heritage, Lego.