Ann Saybolt is an award-winning photographer whose work includes documentary, street photography and portraiture.
Ann was first inspired by her Dad, who shot family photos with an Argus C-3 and gave Ann her first SLR. He also taught her never to make a photograph without someone in it.
In recent years, Ann has been inspired by the instruction and work of Keith Carter, Joyce Tenneson, Peter Turnley, Frank Van Riper and Cig Harvey--and her many classmates along the way.
She is an MFA candidate at Maine Media College.