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FRAMES Photography Podcast with Anya Anti

In today’s episode, W. Scott Olsen talks to Anya Anti, a New York-based, internationally published, and award-winning photo artist who specializes in on-location conceptual female portraiture.

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Originally from Ukraine, Anya Anti moved to the USA in 2014 to pursue a career as a professional artist.

She has been into photography since 2010 and as a self-taught, she gained all her knowledge and inspiration through online photography communities.

Anya strives to create beyond traditional portraiture and to tell imaginative stories through her art. She uses photography as a way of collecting material to create something that is not possible to capture by constructing dreamlike sets, using symbolism and metaphors. Installations, costumes, and Photoshop manipulation help Anya embody her fantasies into a finished piece of art.

As a workshop instructor and speaker, Anya has already taught in different countries and for different brands such as Broncolor, Adobe, Nikon, etc, at events such as Adobe MAX, Adobe Live, PPE, WPPI, CES, etc. She has showcased her work at exhibitions and been published all around the globe.

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© Anya Anti
© Anya Anti
© Anya Anti
© Anya Anti

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