LOS ANGELES, CA
Hannah Stouffer (b 1981) is an American art director and illustrator living and working in Los Angeles, CA. Born and raised in Aspen, CO to wildlife cinematographer Marty Stouffer, of PBS documentary show, 'Wild America' and wife Diane until moving to CA in 1999.
Stouffer is known for her intricately executed imagery and shadowy and ethereal themes. Her work presents a balance of feminine embellishments and naturalistic, metaphysical motifs. Stouffer is identified as both a commercial and fine art illustrator, having maintained a strong presence in both fields, simultaneously showing her work as an exhibiting artist while exploring her ever-ending pursuit of illustrating emotional transcendence.
Her work has been commissioned by many high profile clients including AMEX, Dell, Microsoft, Nike, The New York Times and Wall Street Journal China allowing her creative hand to lead massive campaigns, both nationwide and abroad. Stouffer has been commissioned for installations by Christian Dior, at Art Basel Miami and in Hawaii, New York and Mexico. From 2011-2014 Stouffer contributed as the Illustration and Erotica editor for leading contemporary art publication Juxtapoz Magazine. During which she produced book titles Juxtapoz Psychedelic and Juxtapoz New Contemporary, in addition to curating the monumental Psychedelic book release exhibition at The Well in Los Angeles, CA.
With her initial exhibition at the Aspen Art Museum, Stouffer has shown her work at galleries and museums worldwide, including the Japanese American National Museum and The Dallas Museum of Art with solo shows in Vienna, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Denver and New York. Stouffer has been present as a juror for the Art Directors Club of Houston and an ambassador of the arts in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, Israel with social startup, Kinetis.