Writer, Director, Editor, Tour Leader, Associate Producer


Hannah Johnson graduated from Queen’s University with a Bachelor of Arts Honours Degree, specializing in Psychology and Gender Studies. While at school, she volunteered with Queen’s TV and the World University Service of Canada, which is an organization aimed at bringing education, employment and empowerment to refugees. Her focus on intersectional social issues and human rights is something she applies to her career and all aspects of her life.


Hannah is Production Manager on Eagle Vision’s documentary series Taken. She has worked with Eagle Vision and Manito Ahbee for several years, as a Production Manager and Production Coordinator for the Indigenous Music Awards. Hannah also has Production Coordinator credits on Ice Road Truckers (Season 9), Aboriginal Day Live, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights’ Opening Ceremonies & Concert, and The United Way’s One Night for Winnipeg Concert, celebrating 50 years of giving back to Winnipeg communities. Hannah recently worked as an event coordinator and stage manager for Manito Ahbee’s CELEBRATE Indigenous Music Concert. She helped coordinate the WITBN Kanata Conferences & WIJA Gala which is a biennial conference to share experiences in broadcast media, encouraging communication and cultural preservation among Indigenous Media Worldwide. She also ran the Canadian Education Coalition’s event, The Winnipeg Boldness Project and worked on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Northern & Alberta National Events.


Hannah also lends her skills as an events and communications volunteer for Beyond Borders ECPAT Canada, an organization focusing on eradicating child sexual exploitation. On the more creative side, Hannah has experience in interviewing, directing, and location scouting for Those Canadians Media Group. She worked on their documentary piece for Skate Canada and their TV series Buffalo Roads.