I am a New York based photographer, writer, installation and mixed media collage artist.

My written work has appeared in Travel + Leisure, Budget Travel, USAToday.com, Bust Magazine, NatGeo.com, NY Press/Our Town Downtown, The Southern Star and The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner. I blogged about Alaskan art and culture on AK vs AK and Southern people and places on Southernist.

As a top music industry publicist I represented everyone from AC/DC and Pantera to Missy Elliott and Busta Rhymes. I currently work as a multimedia producer.

In 2005 I created and produced the award-winning public art project ArtCarTraz, for which I received a grant from the Black Rock Arts Foundation. In 2009, I took 2nd place honors in the Army-wide photo contest. 2010 found me creating and producing two public art projects in rural Southeast Alabama: Park(ing) Day and My Wish For Ozark. In 2011 and 2012 I focused on exhibiting work in New York City and Fairbanks, Alaska. In January 2013, I created and produced Fairbanks, Alaska's first interactive projection art installation, FBX:BOMB.

I have a growing following of 100+ collectors of her photographic work. A small line of affordable limited edition prints are sometimes available in my two Etsy shops: Poof NY and Anne Kristoff: Capture + Release.

I was awarded a 2013 Manhattan Community Arts Fund Grant from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council to produce an exhibit entitled The Last of the Italians.

I am currently working on new creative projects.