Anna is born and raised in Athens, Greece, educated in the UK and professionally seasoned in Germany and the global markets and pursues a screenwriting career in TV and Film since her family moved to L.A. in 2016.
Anna writes stories about dysfunctional families, women's issues at the workplace and beyond, social equality issues, climate Change to name a few.
Studied story analysis and TV Development at UCLA Extension and frequents the classes at Script Anatomy.
Prior to this she had spent 13 years working for Global Creative Agency Networks such as Grey Worldwide and TBWA, building brands for clients like P&G and NIVEA. In her capacity as a Senior Ad Exec, she learned the “in-and-outs” of creating concepts, deconstructing ideas and putting together compelling stories - that sell.
She has obtained an MBA from the University of Liverpool and a BA (Hons) Marketing degree from the University of Lincoln, both in the United Kingdom.
At 30 days old - I traveled from Athens to Hamburg to meet my dad. Well, my mother did the travel arrangements.
My father wanted me to be a piano teacher. I wanted to be a photographer. I ended up writing.
Best Moment of my whole career so far: Avoided to fall of stage right after I was handed a Golden Euro Effie in front of 700 people. No biggie, just the Golden Globes of Advertising.
(Oscars equivalent would be Cannes Lions, in case you were wondering)
Most overused phrase of my career: We’ll fix it in post.
Most recurrent dreadful moment of my career: handing in the post production cost estimate to the client.
"Show me a sane man and I will cure him for you." - Carl Jung.
We're all living in our personal utopias within a grand dystopia.