About Hannah
Hannah Richards is a graduate of the University of Brighton and is now based in Oxford. She flits between illustrating, filmmaking and photography, mostly because she can’t decide what she likes doing best. Her work explores the relationship between text and image and often provides a humorous and sardonic commentary for everyday life. Her book; Your Opinion is irrelevant because I hate you” has been published by Victory Press.
http://www.hannah-richards.co.uk
Current city: Oxford
Hannah Richards is a graduate of the University of Brighton and is now based in Oxford. She flits between illustrating, filmmaking and photography, mostly because she can’t decide what she likes doing best. Her work explores the relationship between text and image and often provides a humorous and sardonic commentary for everyday life. Her book; Your Opinion is irrelevant because I hate you” has been published by Victory Press.
 
The place I always go for inspiration, you can touch lots of the taxidermy animals and there is a separate collection in the back called Pitt Rivers which is a collection of over 500,000 objects from all around the world, especially look out for the shrunken heads!
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The Turf is hidden away down a tiny ally way in the back streets of Oxford, easily the best pub in the city if you can find it.
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This is where I walk my dog, it’s 289 acres acres of woodland right on the edge of the city and there are half built dens everywhere. I usually get lost and have to get rescued by strangers.
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Carfax is a tower in the centre of Oxford, from the top you can see across the whole city.
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The best thing I have ever discovered. The Sue Ryder sale in Nettlebed takes place in the grounds of a manor house and has everything you could ever dream buying for a bargain price. What’s more all the money goes to charity.
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Anna Isabelle ‘Sai’ Villafuerte is a UK-based writer and photographer from the Philippines. Her primary medium involves analogue photography techniques complemented by an experimental approach to prose and essay writing. She is currently reading for an MPhil in Development Studies at the University of Oxford where she is researching on creative economies in Asia. Sai also regularly writes about the arts, technology, current affairs and wherever they intersect. Her writing has been published in VICE, The Huffington Post, intern Magazine, and Roman Road Journal, amongst others.
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