How a Billings Poet, Teacher, Photographer and Yellowstone Public Radio Host Moved Her Downtown Office Space into Her Light and Airy Loft
What does a writer and photographer do when she feels the need to downsize? She brings her passion into her home. Anna Paige is a poet, teacher, photographer and passionate Yellowstone Public Radio host who recently moved her downtown office space into her light and airy loft.
“It’s small, and in small spaces, you have to get creative,” Anna says. “But the creativity has also been so freeing.”
That creativity is evident throughout the space. Practical items, colorful art, funky vintage finds and thriving houseplants exist cohesively here. It’s unique, personal and purposeful—perfect for her artistic lifestyle. Anna’s home is also a reflection of her move from a corporate marketing role to a passion-turned-career in the arts.
“Making that change was scary. I had a good, stable job with great benefits, but my heart wasn’t in it. I’m so glad I made that decision,” she says. “We spend too much time worrying about what we think we should be doing.”