Hanna is a documentary photographer and artist from and based in London, with British and Polish heritage.
Her lines of inquiry into narratives about people, place and the environment have led her to work extensively across the European continent over the last decade. Her self-initiated projects have been funded by The Royal Photographic Society Environmental Bursary, IdeasTap Innovators Award, and The Polish Ex Combatants Association of Great Britain. In 2020 she was nominated for the Leica Oskar Barnack Award for environmental photography by the Director of The Photographers’ Gallery, Brett Rogers OBE.
Hanna-Katrina’s portraits of major cultural and political figures are seen regularly in national and international editorials, and other major commissions have included being photographer-in-residence for The Royal Shakespeare Company’s Projekt Europa, and creating the album artwork for musician Johnny Flynn. She is an Associate Lecturer at University of the Arts London for the MA programme in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography.