Growing up in Fayetteville, Arkansas, Anna has always been deeply interested in art. She spent much of her youth hiking, camping and canoeing in the Ozark Mountains, and it was there that she started capturing the splendor of the outside world through painting and photography. This passion for beauty and its endless iterations is what inspired Anna to become an architect. After studying at the E Fay Jones School of Architecture, Anna moved to New York where she lived for over a decade immersed in the culture, diversity and art of the big city.
Now in Portland, Anna is enjoying the balance between city life and the many outdoor escapes. She spends her free time writing comedy, painting, and exploring the trails with her dog.