Hannah Ueno earned her MFA in Graphic Design from Washington State University, and a BFA in Visual Communications from Nihon University, Tokyo, Japan. She has worked as a graphic designer for seven years before joining as a faculty member at Stockton University. Hannah teaches visual communications courses including 3D Animation, 3D Modeling, Image and Typography, Interactive Media Design, and Web Design. Her current project is an illustration series “Invisible Japan” — the lives, labor history, and controversy surrounding migrant Roji (Buraku) people in Japan during the early 1900s. Hannah’s works have been included in various national and international group exhibitions, corporate and private collections.