Annie first displayed a talent for drawing at age five — and by sixteen, she had become a staple of the graffiti scene and one of few female guerrilla artists. Twelve years later, Annie picked up a paintbrush for the first time and, despite no formal art training, her vibrant and irreverent style became a hit with collectors, including many celebrity buyers.
Annie has since produced commissions for high-profile clients such as Pabst Blue Ribbon, Metro LA, and Warner Bros Music, just to name a few. She has a clothing line by Prine Peter, won the Red Bull Canvas Cooler Project competition, and has been featured in publications that include InStyle, LA Canvas and Complex Magazine.
Annie recently had her first major solo show at Lab Art, the renowned street art gallery in Los Angeles, and her second will follow this year in Dallas. She’s also exhibited in San Francisco, New York and Miami (Art Basel festival), and is featured on the Oxygen network’s Street Art Showdown.
Cheeky, brash, sometimes political and almost always askew, Annie is an artistic voice that won’t shut up anytime soon.