Anna Tillett holds a B.F.A. in Illustration from Memphis College of Art. You can currently find her illustrating her next goofy idea and eating all the pizza in the Beehive State of Utah.
Tillett's work has been licensed for use as set decor on the ABC Family Movie "The Mistle-tones", Disney's T.V. series "Andi Mack" and Disney's T.V. series "Homeroom", as well as spotted in episode 4 of the HGTV show Emily Henderson's "Secrets From a Stylist". You can currently find her work in stores and galleries such as Signed and Numbered of Salt Lake City, Tin Top of Winchester, VA, Sassysquatch tees at Threadless.com, and her original paintings represented through Graphite Galleries of New Orleans.
Clients and works in print include: Markwin's International, Honda, Threadless, Nie Studio, Viva Pops, The Imagineering Company of San Francisco, Chefables, Delicious Decadence Granola, La Ranchita's, Pop Elation, SnoCal Shaved Ice, Bonelli's Cafe Italia, Bank Tennessee, Alternatives Unlimited, piece selected for print in the book My Neighbor Hayao: Art Inspired by the Films of Miyazaki to be published April 2020, artist feature in the Society6 Quarterly No. 3.2 published 2018, artist feature in the book Sweet and Bizarre by Monsa Publications 2017, Art credit in Better Homes and Garden magazine July 2015 issue, illustrator for the 2013 children's book Hoover the Talking Seal, illustrator for the 2012 children's book Paul the Red-Billed Puffin, illustrator for the 2011 children's book Colleen the Chameleon, illustrator for the children's iStory book Holler for the Dollar, and "12 Dancing Princesses with Two Left Feet" selected for print in Communication Arts Illustration Annual 43.