Anna is a written and visual storyteller based in Toronto, Canada. She photographs portraits, food and events, and authors articles, blogs and social media content, to help her clients effectively communicate their stories, build their brands, and expand their reach. Anna’s work has been seen in SUITCASE Magazine, USA Today, NYLON, Regenerative Travel, and Electrify Magazine, and her photography clients have included Alain Ducasse Restaurant & Hospitalite, The Rockefeller Foundation, Zencare, and CaterCow, among others.
She is a graduate of the Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism Program at the International Center of Photography in New York City and has previously studied photography at Ryerson University and Rosedale Heights School of the Arts in Toronto. Anna holds a B.A. in International Development Studies from McGill University and has extensive travel experience in the developing world as well as work experience in the non-profit sector.
Anna's photography was most recently exhibited in the What We Say In Cars pop-up exhibition in Brooklyn, NY. In 2017 her work exhibited in the ICP Hidden Narratives Exhibition at the Rita K. Hillman Education Gallery in Manhattan and the Annual Ryerson Chang School Photography Exhibition in Toronto for which she was awarded the 2017 Art Gallery of Ontario Award. She has also received the 2016 Continuing Education Students' Association of Ryerson (CESAR) Award and an Honourable Mention in the 2016 GTCCC/Vistek Student Photographer of the Year Contest.
Anna's published articles can be found here.