Born in 1987, Anna currently lives and works in Key West, Florida.
A former fencer, Anna was a competitor in the North American Cup, Junior Olympics, and the National Fencing Championships. She was a student at New York's School of Visual Arts until the age of 20, when she left and moved to London to work for her biggest inspiration, world renowned fashion photographer Rankin. Soon after joining Rankin's studio Anna developed her first series of underwater work, which is now represented in galleries worldwide.
In the years since, Anna's photography has been featured in numerous publications and art shows. Her solo exhibitions include Spectrum Miami during Miami's Art Basel week and Imagine Gallery in NYC.
Anna's work has recently become the face of a new building in Miami's Wynwood Art's District. Her image, Eve, is the face and name of the new 19-story residential structure.
Anna has moved from the Big Island of Hawaii to Key West to focus on her new flagship gallery and love of the ocean.
About the work:
Revealing the sensuality and elegance of women throughout the most exotic waters of the world.
Multiple layers of imagery are printed and displayed on aluminum. Each piece is encased in resin for conservation and individually brought to life by embedding semi precious materials.
When exposed to sunlight or halogen, the works glisten with a full spectrum of color. The photographic images and encased materials coalesce into a stunning, seemingly three dimensional representation of the subject. The subjects in this series are radiant displays of female beauty.