Hi, my name is Hannah Stonehouse Hudson, and I am a speaker, photographerand survivor of chaos.

I’m not just a survivor, either – I am stronger because of it, and I am here to tell you it gets better, and you will be stronger for it (seriously).

What exactly does that mean? I help creative and self employed individuals wade through the trenches of personal and professional crises.  Whether that’s a sudden death, dealing with a mental health issue like depression or anxiety, or dealing with a family crisis, I am here to help you navigate the traumatic changes in your business and life. I have been there.  There is hope – and it will get better.

Why am I uniquely qualified for these things?  I’ve been in the middle of numerous social media crisis events (both good and bad, and both personal and business).  I’ve had a photo go “viral” (at one point it was called the most viral photo of all time). People showed up at my house, my email inbox exploded, and my Facebook became nearly unmanageable. Shortly after that, my husband passed away unexpectedly, and that turned into it’s own viral social media crisis. I took notes, lots of notes,on all of what happened, and now I help others navigate the craziness of personal and business chaos and crises. Check out the TEDx talk I did on it all here:  Social Media & the Power of Virtual Communities.

I have been through the overwhelm – I am here to help. You are not alone.

Need to contact me?  Shoot me an email at hannah@stonehousephoto.com, or give me a call at 608-358-7229.  I’d love to speak with you.

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3 Comments on About Hannah Stonehouse Hudson

  1. Melissa
    May 1, 2014 at 10:42 pm (4 years ago)

    Love your quirky, funny take on life, Hannah – I try to inspire people with humor, too – makes all the difference in working through what life throws at us. Kudos on your speaking, photography, writing, etc.!

  2. Vienna Aubert
    January 27, 2015 at 10:53 am (3 years ago)

    I have a special needs dog; a product of poor breeding practices causing her to have genetic health problems.
    Bella is “an Italian Greyhound,” she has no eyes. Bella is loved by all and an inspiration. She’s 13.5 years old…
    Please stop by and visit her FaceBook page which is called:
    From Bella, With Love

  3. Bruce Carnahan
    April 11, 2017 at 12:01 am (1 year ago)

    Hannah…I have followed you because I am saddened by your loss and have witnessed it first hand through my daughter. She lost her husband unexpectally while playing softball at what I’m guessing was about the same age. As extremely hard as it has been for her, it has been very hard and emotionally draining for my wife and I as we have tried to help her regain her zest for life. I would love to meet you sometime for a cup of coffee in Bayfield to chat.


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