Anna Eveslage is a photographer and writer based in the United States. She uses images and words together to tell stories about people, both through static and time-based works. While her stories are fictional, they focus on the shared emotional truth of what it means to be human. With a working style that is centered on attention to detail and meticulous planning, her work lives in the place where fiction and theater intersect with photography.
In addition to her own creative pursuits, Anna is also an educator. She has taught classes at a range of institutions, including the Art Institutes International, Minnesota and the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. She is currently faculty at the MFA Visual Narrative Program at the School of Visual Arts in New York City and adjunct faculty at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit.