This creative Tasmanian began exploring life in the 70's with her three sisters on their family sheep property in the State's north. Intentions to become a wool classer eventually faded as she discovered her affinity for working with precious metals. Anita completed four years of jewellery and sculpture study at art school in the early 90's, before dropping anchor at a studio in the Hunter Island Design Centre (now the Henry Jones Art Hotel) and later in the Salamanca Arts Centre. After embarking on travels around the world, she has once again, found home on the island. With husband Luke and Guinea fowl Gonzo & Beaker, Anita is content creating award winning pieces in her studio overlooking Launceston.