Anna first got into the visual arts at a young age, while following her father on photography assignments for the local newspaper. Back then, people still used film, but a lot has changed. She first switched to digital in high school where she reigned as the chief photographer for the newspaper and yearbook for all four years. Attending the University of Illinois for Chemical Engineering, Anna soon grew a distaste for being chained inside a lab all day and switched to an earlier passion, photography. Since graduation, she worked for several years in broadcast television; first working at a web producer, then switching to field videographer. During her years of news coverage, she won several first place titles from the National Press Photographers Association. With a passion for motion graphics, Anna switched to creative services production and has been working in that field ever since.