|Hannah.Wingfield at RoomThirteen.com|
|Date of Birth||17.09.1984|
|Quote||'Times are hard for dreamers'|
|Favourite Band||Dresden Dolls|
|Joined||Thu Sep 14 2006|
|Bio||Hannah lives in Dundee, with a view of the River Tay from one side of her flat and a semi-derelict tower block from the other. She is a graduate of Cambridge University (a fact that seems to impress and repel people in equal measure) and is currently employed as a social care support worker. In an ideal world she would like to write full-time, although feels torn between novel-writing and journalism (and can be a little too perfectionist and self-critical at times, thus halting the flow of production).
In her spare time Hannah enjoys photography, art and crafts, reading lots of books, watching many films (with a helping of TV on the side), corresponding by the old-fashioned art of the letter (or chatting online), drinking endless cups of tea, playing video games (she is unashamed of her geekiness) and of course the frequently cited 'listening to music'.
Her favourite bands include the Dresden Dolls, the Cure, Interpol, Bright Eyes, Tori Amos and The Smiths; although she spares you a long list. She thinks that you should watch 'Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind', 'Amelie', 'Goodbye Lenin!' and 'Ghost World'; and freely admits her life is a little too much like the TV show 'Spaced'.
Hannah's reviews aim to be honest, and although she will not be nice for the sake of it she also tries to see the merits of each CD. She is always on the look-out for bands that do something a bit different and particuarly enjoys the indie, experimental, electro, singer-songwriter and 'alternative' genres.