Anne Kristoff is a New York based photographer, writer, installation and mixed media collage artist.
Her 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. She blogs about Alaskan art and culture on AK vs AK and Southern people and places on Southernist.
In 2005 she created and produced the award-winning public art project ArtCarTraz, for which she received a grant from the Black Rock Arts Foundation. In 2009, she took 2nd place honors in the Army-wide photo contest. 2010 found her creating and producing two public art projects in rural Southeast Alabama: Park(ing) Day and My Wish For Ozark. In 2011 and 2012 she focused on exhibiting work in New York City and Fairbanks, Alaska. In January 2013, she created and produced Fairbanks, Alaska's first interactive projection art installation, FBX:BOMB.
She has a growing following of 100+ collectors of her photographic work. A small line of affordable limited edition prints are available in her two Etsy shops: Poof NY and Anne Kristoff: Capture + Release.
Kristoff has been awarded a 2013 Manhattan Community Arts Fund Grant from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council and is currently working to produce an exhibit that will open in June. She splits her time between New York City and Columbus, Georgia.