Anna Kaminska’s photography has been guided by her interest in humanity’s connection to the natural world. Her most recent project is working on visions and interpretations of nature. A strong believer in art education, she has taught photography in the Albany School district and at Feather River Art Camp. She graduated from the San Francisco Art Institute with a scholarship of merit.
She was the recipient of the “Best of Photography Award” from the Photographer’s Forum and Canon. She has exhibited her work all over the Bay Area, including “Surveillance” at the International Art Festival in San Francisco, the UC Theatre Gallery, College of Marin Emeritus Center, La Pena Cultural Center and many others.
Anna has also worked in documentary photography, including an archaeological project focused on ancient ruins in Pachacamac, Peru, and for the National Marine Sanctuary in oceanographic research. Her theater background has also led her to photograph local theater productions, including Ragged Wing Ensemble and Berkeley Actors Ensemble.
She is currently working in the SF, Bay Area.