After joining Jackson Spalding’s Dallas office as an intern in 2017, Anna quickly found her stride and was hired as a full-time graphic designer. She serves a variety of clients in need of an artistic eye, designing logos, websites, advertisements, Snapchat filters and social and print collateral.
The Fort Worth native excelled at Texas Christian University, earning recognition through the school’s honor society and student design organization. In her spare time Anna raised money for a children’s hospital through her sorority, and furthered her lifelong fandom of the university’s football team, for whom an older brother kicked the game-winning field goal in the 2005 Houston Bowl.
As a graphic designer, Anna finds joy in the endless possibility of creating something out of nothing. She appreciates the conceptual hunt; in her mind, everything is a puzzle to be solved. She draws inspiration from the wine aisle in the grocery store- but not the way you’re thinking. Fascinated by package design, Anna often takes time to study the labels on the bottles, which she believes provide clues to purchasing behavior.
Anna foresees expanding her design offerings into hand-calligraphy and animation. In the meantime, the self-described tomboy is training for a half-marathon and scoping out Big D soccer leagues. One day she wants to trace her enormous family’s lineage back to its Italian and Yugoslavian roots. And in the distant future, she envisions starting a nut company, called LoCoconut, of course.