Anne is a visual artist, landscape architect, modern dancer, and free-lance teaching artist. She holds a BS in Landscape Architecture from the University of Kentucky and is a registered landscape architect in Tennessee. Annes visual art works include a 20 long ceramic nature mural installed in the Masterworks collection at Le Bonheur Childrens Hospital in Memphis, TN and Being:Arts Overton Square Tower Chimes in Memphis, one of the ten largest sets of wind chimes in the world. She has exhibited in Memphis ,TN at Buckman Performing and Fine Arts Center, Germantown Performing Arts Center, Memphis Botanic Garden and L Ross Gallery. Her experience as a teaching artist includes twelve years with Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning through the Arts and the Lincoln Center Institute model of aesthetic education in Tennessee and Nebraska. Projects include advanced seminars and residencies involving dance, architecture, environmental education, and visual arts. She has worked extensively with special needs children through Special Kids and Families and Memphis City Schools. She currently teaches visual art with Kaleidoscope at Madonna Learning Center in Memphis,TN.