Anna Ogier-Bloomer

Chicago, IL

Anna Ogier-Bloomer is a feminist artist using photography to explore domestic spaces, dynamics, and cultural signifiers within her midwestern family. Her work has been published on The Huffington Post, Refinery29, The Daily Mail, among others. She has been a Resident Artist at The Wassaic Project and a Feminist-in-Residence at Project for Empty Space in Newark. She holds an MFA from Parsons, an MPS in Digital Photography from the School of Visual Arts, and a BFA from SMFA at Tufts University.

She has taught professional practices at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, served on the graduate faculty at the School of Visual Arts, been an adjunct Assistant Professor at the City University of New York. She is an expert in professional practices, holding positions in career services at Parsons, SVA, and now Otis College of Art & Design in Los Angeles. Anna lectures widely on artists’ professional practices, and recently contributed to the new book, Career Management for Artists, by Stacy Miller, Ed. D. She is co-chair of the Services to Artists Committee of the College Art Association, through which she helps to create free and open programming for artists. 

Anna currently lives in Chicago with her husband and two children (7 and 2.5), and will relocate to Los Angeles in 2021.