Annie is Ballarat based writer and actor with a long history of working in a variety of media.
She was Runner Up in the ABC Radio Nightlife Program Books Alive Competition 2009. Annie’s published works include a short story in She’s a train and she’s dangerous: Women alone in the 1990s, edited by Lizz Murphy, poetry in the live performance event Minerva Speaks, and in Adrift, edited by Dael Allison, and a book of themed short stories entitled Like Trees which was launched at Clunes Booktown in 2016.
With collaborators Jane Mendoza and David Brown, Annie produced the feature film The Tamworths. Caring for people like you. She also acted in the film, which was made in and around Clunes and Ballarat.
Annie featured in the installation work ‘Do Not Go Lightly’ which was presented at the inaugural Ballarat White Night in 2017. She is currently working on a novel length manuscript and collaborating on Tripwire project The Venue