Ms. Annable is a fine art photographer. She photographs where she is, what she sees, and, most importantly, what she imagines and feels. She wants to change our perception of the world and reveal unseen things.
Frequent themes include truth, fragility, humanness, and duality. She works primarily in black and white.
Her images have been published in Black & White Magazine: Single Image Contest 2018 (two images); B&W + COLOR Magazine: Single Image Contest 2012 (Bronze Award) and Portfolio Contest 2012 (Merit Award); Best of Photography 2010-11-12, Photographer’s Forum; and F-Stop Magazine.
Among the juried exhibitions in which she has participated are Berlin Foto Biennale 2016, The Griffin Museum of Photography, Filter Photo at David Weinberg Gallery, Bridgeport Art Center, Darkroom Gallery, The Chicago Public Library (solo), and Filter Photo/Eight Neighborhoods (solo). Additional recognition has come from The Julia Margaret Cameron Awards, B&W Spider Awards, Prix de la Photographie, and The Photo Review. A two-person exhibition with her sister, Two Sisters Two Lenses, was held at The Box Factory for the Arts (MI).
Her practice in photography began twenty years ago after careers in teaching and then politics and government. Her photography study includes courses at Columbia College, numerous workshops at the Maine Media Workshops, and a semester in Foundations of Black and White Craft at Rockport College. She earned a B.A. with Honors, from Denison University.
Ms. Annable is married and lives in Chicago and, sometimes, St. Joseph, Michigan.