Fort Knox military base in Kentucky is not only home of the United States’ official gold reserves – it is also birthplace of Tabea Susan Hawley. However, German-American Tabea grew up in Bavaria, Sleswick-Holsatia, and Bremerhaven. In 2014, at the age of twenty, she earned her university entrance qualification in the Hanseatic city of Bremen. Her English language skills then helped her to find a job in a translation office. Driven by her urge to constantly draw something, she decided to take a profession in the creative sector.
In the summer of 2016, Tabea began a vocational training at GfG as a media designer with a major in design and technology. She finds inspiration in the simplicity and the nordic aloofness of her adopted city of Bremen. In her spare time, she spends hours with books of all kinds, or she does some sports out in the open.