History

I’ve been licensed to operate a home-based business with the City of Vancouver since 1998.

Recent history

2011/12 – My battle with cancer, chemotherapy, surgery, and recovery – read about it on Facebook
2013 – Retired my old company name & website Clockwork Graphics to recreate myself and my business
Discontinued the sites Eat Some Vegetables and Love My Houseplants, kept Hanna’s Cookbook and Hanna’s Guide
Published content from Osteosarcoma Friends Network on a Facebook page called What’s an Osteosarcoma?

Hanna's CookbookEat Some VegetablesWhat's an Osteosarcoma?

Hanna's GuideLove My HouseplantsOsteosarcoma Friends Network
 

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Clockwork Graphics

Settled in Vancouver

1998 – Started my own business Clockwork Graphics, a licensed sole proprietorship
1998/2000 – Continued my studies in web design, programming, photography/photo editing, 2D/3D animation at VFS & VSB
2001/09 – Relief dispatch for sign-language Medical Interpreter Service at Western Institute for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
2002/03 – Sales representative for Ital Decor Ltd., producers of architectural & ornamental cast plaster and cement
2000/11 – Ran my web-design business, built websites for clients, and upgraded my skills as technology advanced

 

Early adult years

1988/92 – Edmonton, part-time work and part-time student at Continuing Education & Alberta College
1992/93 – Vancouver, graduated grade 12 with Provincial Diploma at Vancouver Community College, King Edward Campus
1993/95 – Vancouver/Burnaby, earned BCIT’s School of Business, Marketing Management Diploma, Communications Option
1995/97 – Sunshine Coast, part-time work in a sewing store and clothing store, after-school care, and math tutor
1997/98 – New Westminster, worked in a partnership creating graphic design & layout for print materials

 

Childhood highlights

1972 – Hanna was born!
1974/75 – Travels with my parents, British Columbia, Manitoba, Arviat in Nunavut
1976/78 – New Westminster with Grandma & Grampa, started school at Lord Tweedsmuir Elementary School
1978/82 – South Burnaby with Mom, grades 2 to 5 at Second Street Elementary School
1982/84 – Gulf Islands with Dad, living/working on a fishing boat, grades 6 & 7 by correspondence
1984/88 – Burnaby with Mom, grades 8 to 10 at Edmonds Junior Secondary School, graduated with awards

 

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