Born on the San Francisco Peninsula, Annie was welcomed into a family of accomplished and recognized artists. With encouragement from her family her natural talent blossomed. Art enveloped her and she easily demonstrated her unique abilities at the age of five. By sixteen she was one of the first female underground guerrilla graffiti artists in San Francisco, and had gained a reputation for her free flowing use of color and personal intense style. Moving to Santa Cruz, she picked up a paintbrush for the first time and started putting her unique style on canvas; her work became an instant hit with locals, selling quickly at several venues in the Central Coast town. A couple of years later, traveling further south to Los Angeles, Annie has been working hard to conquer the street art scene while showing some of her work at the renowned street art gallery, LabArt.
No longer illegally painting on walls, her background continues to influence her style. Despite no formal art training. her use of color sets her work uniquely apart, showing up as big. messy, pop, loud, humorous and sometimes political pieces. Annie’s art is large, emotional and available to be seen in galleries and walls in the Los Angeles area.