Anne was born in upstate New York and moved to Massachusetts while a young child. She attended the University of Massachusetts at Lowell and studied under Arno Minkkinnen and Mark Eshbaugh where she fell in love with the magic and science of photography. Upon gradutation she worked for many years in a custom black and white lab, in addition to, a color lab. With digital photography becoming more and more prevalent she focused her attentions on more traditional materials and in 2009 she discovered a process in which it was possible to lift and transfer the dyes of a Chromogenic print, as well as, veil and manipulate them. She has continued to explore the possiblities with this process as a means to illustrate the way that our perception and memories are transformed by our own experiences and interpretations. She is an eternal optimist and sees the glass as having plenty.
She can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on twitter @AnneHopkins