Anna Brody is a photographer and empath currently studying at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Georgia. She began making images through film and darkroom process in 2005 and now brings her compassionate perspective and seemingly bottomless reservoir of chameleonic emotions to her work in medium and large format color film. Her work focuses primarily on longing, loneliness, contentment, cyclical mood shifts, and escapism, as represented by or found within the social and built landscape. Anna is also an editorial assistant at Aint-Bad, an independent publisher of new photographic art. Her work has been shown in exhibitions throughout the U.S., and her series Edging, GA was most recently awarded as a winner of and published in the 2017 PDN Photo Annual. She instagrams a lot, feels feelings a lot, and goes jogging approximately once a month or whenever the mood strikes.