Hannah Munroe is a narrative photographer, poet and speaker. Her haunting and evocative surreal images are the product of the interchange between her private life and imaginative world.
She utilizes the camera to capture her imagination by compositing multiple pictures to create dynamic scenes expressing passionate and poignant tales.
Munroe began teaching herself photography in 2014. She was a presenter and workshop teacher at the 2021 Connecticut Professional Photographers Association 72nd Annual Photography Convention. She is also an active award-winning member with Flagpole Photographers in Newtown, CT.
Her image Sorrow received honorable mention at the New England Camera Club Council Winter 2022 Pictorial Digital Competition; Spine of Boxes received honorable mention at the Winter 2021 New England Camera Club Council Pictorial Digital Competition and The Paper Dress received 2nd place at NECCC 2020 Winter Pictorial Competition. In March 2020, she was the recipient of five nominee awards from the 6th Fine Art Photography Awards.
Born in Massachusetts, she currently lives in Bethel, CT with her two school-age children.