Hannah Cameron is a freelance Designer-Maker who specialises in 3D printing. She used to be a Landscape Architect and has a masters in Town Planning; her parents still can’t quite understand why she gave that up. You can find out what she is making on her instagram page.
Hannah co-founded an organisation called WeMake; which works to encourage more people to enter makerspaces, be inspired by the maker movement, and learn skills in rapid prototyping. WeMake is currently working with Kew Gardens, The Royal Society, Ultimaker and AutoDesk.
If you let her, she will explain how the process of rapid prototyping and collaboration can change your business model for the better and why 3D printing is taking over the world. She can also deliver workshops around Little Bits electronics and 3D printing.
Hannah does still use her architecture skills for designing products, cartography and graphics for architecture companies. You can get in touch with her on twitter.