Annie finds inspiration from mysticism and ancient magical history, influenced by the pagan festivals celebrated in Hastings, where she lives. Born of an Irish Mother and Scottish Father, Annie is also inspired by her Celtic ancestry, in particular pre Christian Ireland and goddesses worshipped then. Since having a baby in 2019 and soon after going into lockdown, Annie's work became about goddesses of childbirth and the home.
Annie works mainly in oil paints but also works layers other mediums; oil pastel, ink, watercolour and acrylic.
Annie has exhibited in various group shows, she was one of five artists in the ‘Annin arts presents '#Mynameis’ project, alongside Turner Prize winner Gillian Wearing. Since, she has been in many collaborative shows with her partner, most notably ‘Stan’ Stone at the Palm tree gallery.
Co owner of a bookbinding and box-making studio UNIT 33 in Hastings, founded in July 2017 with her partner.