I can see his whole face. He strolls toward me, grin wide, eyes shaded by blue Bruin cap.
ANNA BARONSKY is an artist, UX UI designer, and freelance graphic designer from Manhattan Beach, California. She is a recent graduate of Connecticut College, where she majored in Art and received a certificate of honors from the Ammerman Center for Arts and Technology. While attending college she explored her creativity through charcoal and graphite as well as graphic design, data visualization, and augmented reality. Her culminating college thesis, Visualizing Online Activism, investigated “slacktivism” and data gathered from online petitions. Anna currently works full-time as a User Experience and User Interface Designer and part-time as a freelance designer. Her most recent projects include a poster for Manuel the Band for their Joshua Tree concert as well as a truck design for “Hows Your Meat,” a BBQ food truck located in West Roxbury, MA. Her creative process, when working in graphite and charcoal, is best described as meditative and therapeutic—she hopes viewers feel a loving familiarity and nostalgia (with a hint of spookiness) from her work “Boots.” See more of her work here.