Hi, my name is Hannah Killoh. I'm an Edinburgh based Software Engineer and Designer.
After completing my BA Hons Photography degree at Edinburgh College of Art, I moved to Japan for three years to work as an English teacher. While in Japan I explored my passion for illustration, book design and photography. It was also during this time that I learned Japanese and now frequently use Japanese typography in my work.
Since 2017, I've been living and working in Edinburgh as a Publishing Assistant for the National Galleries of Scotland and also working as a freelance designer and illustrator.
With a background in print/graphic design and publishing, I am now transitioning into the world of tech. I am enthusiastically exploring opportunities in software engineering/development, aiming to combine my well-honed design skills with a burgeoning aptitude for software development. I am currently undertaking in the Code First Girls Software Engineering Degree program, to enhance my technical abilities and coding expertise, and on track to complete the course with Distinction.
Duck Feet, 2020, Monstrous Regiment Publishing
So Hormonal, 2020, Monstrous Regiment Publishing
Tokashiki Zine, 2019, Tokashiki Exhibition, Hannah Killoh Design
The Bi-ble vol.1 & The Bi-ble: New Testimonials vol.2, 2019, Monstrous Regiment Publishing
Monstrous Regiment Magazine: Emerald, Issue 2, 2018, Monstrous Regiment Publishing
Monstrous Regiment Magazine: Crimson, Issue 1, 2018, Monstrous Regiment Publishing
Across Patagonia by Florence Dixie, 2017, Merchiston Publishing
Siren Magazine: Inspiring Women’s Voices, 2017, Merchiston Publishing
C The Art Issue, 2016, AJET Connect Magazine (special issue)
Amusement, 2013, Self-published photo book
2019 – TOKASHIKI, Patriothall Gallery, Edinburgh, UK
2018 – Artists at Work, Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh, UK
2014 – Young Blood, Leeds Gallery, Leeds, UK
2014 – RSA:New contemporaries, The Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, UK
2013 – Future Proof Award, Peacock Arts, Aberdeen UK
2013 – Edinburgh College of Art Degree show, Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh UK
2013 – The Human Condition, Old Ambulance Depot, Edinburgh UK
2012 – 5 Months of Cheese Sandwiches, Old Groningen Museum, Academie Minerva, Groningen NL
2012 – Stamps, Pit Gallery, Groningen NL
2012 – The good, the bad and the ugly, Old Groningen Museum, Academie Minerva, Groningen NL
2012 – GLIMPSE, Henk Slomp Gallery space, Groningen NL
2012 – 't Barre land, Grand Theatre, Groningen NL
2012 – Blue Grass (Fotocol), White Space Gallery, Edinburgh UK
2012 – Subject to the Elements, Captain Taylor's Coffee House, Edinburgh UK
2011 – Ragged Arts Exhibition, Arts Complex, Edinburgh, UK
2011 – 2nd Year Photography, Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh, UK
2011 – Foam Collective, Henderson Gallery, Edinburgh, UK
2009 – So Far, Arts complex Gallery, Edinburgh UK