Intersectional feminism is at the core of Anna's politics. She is currently enrolled on the Gender & Sexuality MA at UCL London, with the intent that the two mediums; art and academia; will inspire and inform one another to the highest degree, with the ultimate goal of working towards social justice for marginalised and oppressed individuals and communities.

Anna is a self-taught photographer who shoots on film and prints in the darkroom. She graduated from the Fine Art course at Chelsea College of Arts in 2015, where the central focus of her work was a series of portraits entitled Gender Trouble. Her fascination with the body and the erotic manifests itself through her work, where she seeks to subvert and overthrow the male/female binary; to transcend and negate gender cliches in order to demonstrate that gender, like sexuality, can be fluid and non-binary.


“Womxn have always faced - and continue to face - being objectified by male sexual desire. I look to unite and celebrate those who perform with their sexuality and intellect, unashamedly and unapologetically. By liberating womxn from the male-constructed images that have defined “femininity” through the decades; the work looks to the end of sexist oppression and unequal exploitation."



Limited edition prints available with The Untitled Space, NYC - and Artsy.

zine/print store available here - and sold out at the LN-CC, Claire de Rouen and the Photographer's Gallery (bookstore). 

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