Anna Schultz is a Minneapolis-based photographer and book artist.
They make portraits and still life photographs, document weddings, and create handmade books.
As a queer and nonbinary person working in the wedding industry, they exist within a field that was not created for them or people like them. As a wedding photographer, they strive towards crafting a queer-competent and accessible alternative to traditional wedding photography.
In their personal work, they work addresses serious issues of passing, autonomy, and erasure despite their campy overuse of queer motifs, such as rainbows. Throughout their book and photo work, they utilize bright colors, cut paper, and soft fabrics as a way of visualizing queerness and tying together more disparate works.