A tour of Hannah Jacobs’ work

What I love so much about Hannah Jacobs’ work is her uncanny ability to capture the best qualities of animation: Each of her films feel human, emotional and made with intent.

Her latest film for Tom Rosenthal’s “Borrowing,” is perfect proof of the power of Hannah’s voice. Between Hannah’s animation style and Tom’s haunting music, this film is captivating through the very last frame.

A quick tour of recent work

You’ve probably seen some of Hannah’s other work this year. From her collaborations with Laura Lee for The School of Life:

To her impeccable first film for Tom Rosenthal:

It’s worth noting that all of these projects were created within the last year. Amazing.

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Joe Donaldson

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Joe Donaldson is the editor of Motionographer. In addition to leading the content side of the site, he is also a professor at Ringling College of Art and Design working in the Motion Design department. Before joining Ringling, he worked as a director, designer, and animator in Chicago, New York City, and Los Angeles, and has had the honor of directing work for clients such as Apple, Google, Facebook, Instagram, The New York Times and Unicef. In 2018 he started Holdframe.

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