Hannah Tilson graduated with a Bachelors in Painting from the Slade School of Fine Art in 2018, studied on exchange at the New York Studio School and recently finished a scholarship programme at the Royal Drawing School in London. Tilson is interested in the human form, pattern and colour. She makes intimate self-portraits composed of bright colours and vivid patterns, elevating ordinary objects and placing herself in a vibrating space filled with patterns. Tilson recently started making her own paint and camouflages herself in vibrating and fragmented spaces, viewing her body and the fabrics she is encompassed in as a landscape/pattern-scape. She was recently long-listed for the Ruth Borchard self portrait prize, 2021 and has previously exhibited at the Royal Academy, Guts Gallery & Christie's.