- NEW YORK
Bicoastal production company Honor Society has signed photographer and director Anna Wolf for U.S. commercial representation. Wolf has shot for Target and Amazon and directed campaigns for such brands as Levi’s, Microsoft, Keds, LeSportsac, Verizon and Fossil. She has also shot for editorial clients such as Marie Claire, Glamour and The Zoe Report. She is currently wrapping up projects for Keds, Smartwater, Sally Hansen, and a collaboration with Amazon and Bustle. With versatile expertise across all aspects of production and an eye for creating sleek, stylish and authentic campaigns, Wolf brings over a decade of commercial experience with her to Honor Society. This marks Wolf’s first U.S. commercial representation.
Wolf first launched her career as a photographer and quickly rose to the top in her field, establishing a name for herself during her 12-year tenure as an advertising and editorial photographer. Eager to explore new creative territories, she started her career as a director to meet industry demands for more video components for digital campaigns. Carrying her vibrant and sophisticated style over to the commercial production world--as well as her innate ability to direct subjects in front of the camera--allowed for a smooth transition.
Megan Kelly, Honor Society founder and EP, said, “Anna’s years of experience working alongside brands and in editorial, has not only allowed her to cultivate an artistic and sophisticated aesthetic that can beautifully showcase a brand’s essence, but makes her a great addition to Honor Society’s roster.”
Wolf stated, “When Megan and I connected, we immediately hit it off. We have a similar creative vision and work ethic, and I really respect her knowledge of the industry and the versatile directorial roster she has built.”
Wolf earned her degree from Pasadena’s Art Center College of Design before spending a year in Mexico City learning Spanish and documenting her adventures. A lover of cultures and traveling, she has spent time around the world, shooting in Italy, Thailand, Argentina, South Africa and all over the U.S. In 2014, she launched a bi-annual print publication called Tidal Magazine, of which she is editor in chief and creative director.