Hannah is a writing wiz and is adept at producing top-notch content for a wide variety of clients. They have a bachelor’s degree in English from UCLA and joins us all the way from southern California. Hannah has two adorable bunnies named Bane and Cuddles who are loving companions who always keep them on their toes.

Hannah loves a good challenge and is always looking for ways to improve their work and make their content more engaging. They enjoy being an integral part of our supportive team, and we can’t wait to see how they’ll continue to grow. Outside of work, you may find Hannah exploring LA County with their family or sewing their latest cosplay. 

Q&A with Hannah

How Do You Handle Writer’s Block?

“I’ll try to get myself to go in the flow of everything. If I’m really, really desperate, I’ll start at the end with the CTA because then I’m getting a part of it done and getting into the mindset of working on the piece. I feel like the introduction is always the most difficult part if you want to be creative with it at all, so every now and then I’ll throw in a news story to get the juices flowing. I also try to think of things from our client’s client’s perspective. Depending on the case, people may be really worried about finances or healing or their next steps. I picked this up from TikTok, but I also have a list of 20 items to put in a piece. Because I’m a nerd, I have many 20-sided dice and roll one to decide on a topic when I’m stuck.”

What Do You Love About Your Job?

“There are so many things I love about my job. Even though we’re remote, this is probably the closest I’ve felt to real team camaraderie. Everyone wants everyone else to win, and everyone is really straightforward with each other. There’s really no reason to be dishonest or overpromise, and everyone is willing to help each other out. I think that’s really sweet.”

What is the Most Challenging Aspect of Your Job?

“It changes all the time, but maybe the most challenging thing is finding new ways to keep myself on my toes. I love a good challenge. Sometimes if I’m writing three pages about personal injury law in one day, by the middle of the second one I’m feeling it. So I try to challenge myself to come up with new ways to say different things or push myself to be better all the time. You can always be a little bit better even if you’re pretty good, and I always like having something to strive for.”

What Are Your Favorite Hobbies?

“Mostly sewing. I’ve kind of been diving head-first into cosplay. So I’ve been making my own costumes and learning a few different ways to build and construct things. I like creating 3D objects for myself and sometimes others. I’m really excited to start working on a Princess Mononoke cosplay. That’s going to be really fun and pretty. I’m going to be working with faux fur, and I’ll be making a mask for the first time. That’ll be exciting.”

If You Could Have an Unlimited Supply of One Thing, What Would it Be?

“Fabric. I feel like I’m always going to the thrift store hoping there’s a nice big curtain or something for me to cut up. I don’t like being wasteful, but I also like creating things. It’s always hard to find enough fabric to finish a project, even if it’s just a mock-up of something. So, fabric. I’m such a grandma.”

Where Do You See Yourself in Five Years?

“I don’t know. Maybe I’ll have a kiddo. Maybe I’ll be married. My partner and I keep talking about moving up north, so maybe we’ll be a little closer to trees.”