After she graduated from the University of Toronto with a degree in zoology Anne fled to the Texas Hill Country to tend a bat cave and a wild-eyed dog for a stint. Eventually, she had the good sense to leave for London, England where she completed a MSc in Science Communication at Imperial College and met many lovely and talented souls (that she’s since pestered into writing for Inkling). Two years ago she scored an internship at Discover magazine in New York and has written for them since.
While her hankering for kickass sushi has been sated since moving back to her hometown of Vancouver, there’s still a big hole in her heart and stomach for quality BBQ washed down by ice cold Shiner Blonde, made all the more perfect with the Llano river in sight.
As Inkling's co-editor Anne splashes ink all over its pages with wild abandon in an effort to restore colour to the pursuit of science. She can often be found chair dancing while doing so.
What better way to support the conservation of sharks than with a delicious sharky totebag. Okay, so you could, like donate money to people who actually save them. Just think of this as an exericse in good PR.