My mission is to show you that all bodies are welcome.
My name is Anna and I have spent most of my life working in the circus and social justice movements and finding creative ways the arts can help people work with their bodies. I am proud and humbled to be able to say I am now also an award winning photographer.
When I look around me I see a world full of magic, and mischief and courage - and because that is what I see, that is what I capture. I hope that you are going to be able to see all of your authenticity in your photographs and really feel like all facets of you are welcome.
Photography is a powerful tool to be able to show yourself tangible evidence that the mean things you tell yourself in the mirror may not always be true. My aim is to be able to begin this journey with you, so you can free up some of that energy for the things you really love in life.
I work with self-defined Survivors who are looking for ways to reclaim their body. I photograph issues of social justice to make sure the full stories are told. I look for the details which make the full spectrum of this life glorious and try and make sure you do not miss them.
I believe every body is uniquely beautiful and there is liberty in celebrating where you are right now.
I am not interested in your before and after - I want to offer you tools to be able to celebrate you at every bit of the journey.
Contact me to chat about how we could work on this together.
My Dad always told me you never get a second chance at a good photograph, which led to a lifetime of running into situations with my lens at the ready.
My active eye has seen my work as a press photographer published in The Guardian, on the BBC, The Huffington Post and (without my permission) The Daily Mail.
I have worked for over a decade supporting community empowerment organisations both in UK and in Nepal and am working on establishing a project which helps survivors reclaim their image of their body.
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That time I did a TEDxTalk about personal responsibility in achieving world peace, civil disobedience and the power of protest.