After studying Fine Art at Central Saint Martins, and with a background working in food, Annie's artwork investigates the theories surrounding the themes of food, seduction, desire and decay.
Alongside theories on consumption, addiction, satisfaction or dissatisfaction, and the impossibility of ever being sated or fulfilled, these are common ideas that inform her art practice.
Annie is at present also an artist in residence at Fish Island Labs, an arts and technology incubator set up by The Trampery and the Barbican, in Hackney Wick, East London. As part of this arts residency, she will be exhibiting in their group show, Interfaces, at the Barbican in London, 21-23 August 2015.
For the show, Annie has created two new installations, 'Eat My Words', a light and sound installation based on the making and baking of her mother's Victoria Sponge cake recipe, with digital mapping of the cake making journey.
Then, based on a video clock installation 'About Time', she had made whilst still studying at C.S.M, she has recreated the clock (collaborating with the digital artist David Hunter) and brought it bang up-to-date as a digital data-driven clock, displaying photographic colour information, using Instagram images taken around the vicinity of the Barbican, and City of London, which constantly processes and updates as time passes to create a colourful real-time clock.