Born in Colchester England, Anna Louise Tayler spent most of her childhood in the company of some of the most prolific and creative Designers. While working with her Mother, a well-known children’s Designer in London, Paris and New York, Anna produced several popular designs that were sold in many of the world’s leading stores; from Bergdorf Goodman in New York to Harrods in London, England. As well as to Royalty and Celebrities.
Later Anna decided to focus her energies on raising money for charities. She was on two London boards as a member of The Anglo Russian Children’s Appeal and Help The Aged. She was also asked to attend meetings with Central Bureau in London for Education.
Being creative has always been at the forefront of Anna’s professional life. She found a passion for photography when she went to live in America, by capturing some of the most beautiful compositions and landscapes from there and all over the world, which she has travelled extensively.
This led to her work being shown at the Albright Knox Art Gallery, which is the third largest Modern Art Gallery in America and listed as one of the top fifteen in the world. She exhibited at The CEPA and Impact Art Galleries and had five pieces of work that were housed at the Albright Knox’s Collectors Gallery. One piece being purchased by The Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo, New York, USA.
Anna also trained at the Hornsby International Dyslexia Centre, which was taken over by the British Dyslexia Association. Gaining the Hornsby International Diploma for teaching young children, which is recognised by the College of Preceptors and gained the NNEB Certificate in Childcare and Education.
Having returned and settled in England Anna is still furthering her education and is going to University, whilst writing her children’s books, which were inspired by the pets she and her family kept.