Hannah Gottlieb-Graham is a communications specialist with a photography background based in New York. She’s the Founder and Director of ALMA Communications, a boutique, Brooklyn-based PR agency operating at the intersection of art, fashion, beauty and social justice, facilitating press, partnerships and publishing deals for international artists, creatives, galleries and organizations.

She’s held positions at the Aperture Foundation, Howard Greenberg Gallery, Luhring Augustine Gallery, Sutton, Nadine Johnson and Third Eye. She’s worked closely with renowned international artists and has facilitated partnerships and events with leading brands and cultural institutions, such as Adobe, Art Basel Miami, BAM, CUUP, Farfetch, Google Pixel, Gucci, JCrew, NeueHouse, NYU, Pioneer Works, Refinery29 Unbothered, Soho House, Spotify, Squarespace, The Armory, The Standard, The RealReal and The Schomburg Center. 

She’s made press placements in high-level national and international publications such as Artforum, Artnet, ARTnews, Bookforum, CBS News, CNN Style, Document Journal, i-D, PAPER, Refinery29, The British Journal of Photography, The Cut, The Financial Times, The Guardian, The New York Times, The New Yorker, Vogue, WSJ, W and many others. She studied photography and art criticism at the University of Oxford and Sarah Lawrence College. 


The Standard, Hannah Gottlieb-Graham and Telsha Anderson Will See You Now

Cultured Magazine, ALMA Communications Finds Its Niche as the Anti PR Firm 


Securing print, online and Instagram placements for artists in major national and international publications 


Facilitating events, parties, speaking arrangements and social media engagements with cultural institutions and brands on behalf of artists 


Collaborating with publishing houses on book deals and publicity for artists