Annie Connole was born and raised in Helena, Montana where she spent many of her formative years at the famed Grandstreet Theatre. At 18, she moved to Los Angeles to study acting and then onto London to study at the London Academy for Music and Dramatic Art. New York called and Annie enrolled at The New School, where she received a B.A. in Arts in Context. During this time, she wrote a play, Highline, co-produced and art directed the Brooke Swaney film, The Indigenoid, and starred in the role of Sunny in the first university production of The Exonerated. She worked in art and performance spaces including Location One and Acconci Studio and then transitioned into a career as a talented political and communications consultant. Most recently, at the urge of transformation, she put her finger on the map and moved to the beautiful, raw, desert landscape of Joshua Tree, California where she adopted three bunnies and began to write again.