Anna Thorne is an artist from Mims, Florida. She currently studies at the University of Notre Dame for her MFA in photography. Her self-portraits explore the nature of her psychological interior to find whether the self is made by a single unchanging core or constantly evolving parts that fluidly adapt to each experience.
She received the Museum’s Choice Award for the Departures Exhibition in 2016 at the Southeast Museum of Photography in Daytona Beach, Florida and exhibited in their group show Power of Three in 2017. She received honorable mention in the Prix de la Photographie competition in Paris, France in 2017. Thorne has been published in Photographer’s Forum, Halation Magazine and featured in the Orlando Science Center’s Identity Turned Inside Out exhibition. She has most recently been selected as a finalist in the Celebrating the Genius of Women exhibition held in Orlando, Florida in 2018. The jury included Amy Galpin, Chief Curator of Frost Museum at International University in Miami, Florida; Azela Santana, Vice Chair of the Public Art Advisory Board in Orlando, Florida; Yulia Tikhonova, Director, Dr. M. T. Geoffrey Yeh Art Gallery in New York.
Her work is in the collection of the Southeast Museum of Photography.