Anna Szabo is one of the world's most highly esteemed canine photographers, whose art has been much admired and acknowledged by all departments of the dog community.


She was awarded 'Pawscars Photographer of the Year 2019' in Birmingham, the United Kingdom, and was a nominee for the prestigious accolade the previous two years.


In 2020, she had the honour of delivering the front covers for catalogues of Crufts dog show, the world's greatest dog show (first held in 1891). In 2019, Crufts welcomed an attendance of over 166,500 visitors joining in the annual celebration of man’s best friend (about 20.000 dogs compete each year).


After falling severely ill with coronavirus in March 2020, she flew to Sweden in April, once recovered, and embarked on a charity project to help combat the devastating impact of the coronavirus pandemic. She had donated over 10.000 euros to charity by the end of her mission.


More recently, she has been tasked to deliver the front covers of the Budapest FCI European Dog Show 2021, as well as large-scale artwork for promotion of the show - both printed and digital. She insisted that no payment for this project should be issued to her, but to charity only.