Annemarie Anang has had her photographs published in the Royal Photography Society's 'Journal', 'The Telegraph' newspaper, and the 'Northern Correspondant'. She held two exhibitions 'Mum, Dementia & I' and 'Lost & Found' in 2014 and 2015., both funded funded by the Arts Council of England and held at The Bernie Grant Arts Centre, 639 and The North Middlesex Hospital, in London.
"Excitement for me is watching people interact with others, interpreting their various forms of communication, especially the non-verbal. I particularly enjoy taking photographs of our older generation; every crease in their face tells a personal story that I could learn from. I capture small moments, before they become a distant memory or forgotten. By capturing these moments, it allows me to make sense of what I see before me, as well as mentally cataloging the moment. These are my motivations. I am also interested in photography that challenges peoples' perceptions of problems that we face as a community.