Anna Lehespalu (1983) is an Estonian visual artist. She was born in Tallinn, Estonia. She studied cinema at Baltic Film and Media School from 2012 to 2014, then at Escola Superior Artistica do Porto in 2015. She uses photography and video in her practice. Music has a significant influence on her work. She discovered photography and video as tools to visualise and document her emotions. Her process is intuitive and helps her to research and understand the human mind, particularly her own. The feelings we experience are more complex than the words we use to describe them. They are intimate internal processes we go through over the course of time. I wish to travel through my own emotions, visualise them, and inspire others to go through their feelings too. As of 2020, she spends a lot of time in the Nordic countries (Iceland and Greenland), whose landscapes and isolation strongly influence her work. Inspiration comes from nature and the weather, which are constantly changing. She visited Iceland for the first time from January to August of 2020. In the summer of 2021, she returned to Stodvarfjordur in the east of Iceland for an art residency. The artist stays in a village in Oqaatsut in Greenland for a winter art residency in 2022. Her methods and mediums have a sense of ambiguity. She likes to be free in format and equipment so feeling and intuition can have priority.