Hannah Bollar


I'm a sophomore at the University of Pennsylvania majoring in Digital Media Design and minoring in Mathematics.

Along with my classes and projects, I'm also currently a Teaching Assistant for the Introduction to Computer Graphics course (CIS 560) at Penn. Plus, I'm working on a 3D visualization project of museum spaces under the guidance of Dr Norman Badler.

Regarding Computer Graphics, I am interested in VFX work, Technical Direction, and Research and Development but am open to any and all aspects of the field, as I'd love to learn as much as I can.

Outside of graphics, I enjoy working in pastel and charcoal, maintaining my French, playing lacrosse, and reading science fiction, murder, adventure, and espionage novels (basically all Baldacci books and Patrick Rothfuss's The Kingkiller Chronicle).


The Digital Media Design program is an interdisciplinary major in the School of Engineering and Applied Science that combines the aspects of computer science, art, and communication. This program is designed for those interested in computer graphics, animation, games, and the design of virtual reality environments and interactive technologies.


You can reach me at hbollar@seas.upenn.edu

Sites: LinkedIn, GitHub