Ann Cronin has been described as a "true Renaisance woman". Her interests and accomplishments span fields as diverse as Neuroscience, tattooing, Zombie culture and Blacksmithing. Ann is a University of Otago PhD candidate researching how drawing affects learning. She is also a director of the inaugural, and highly successful, DunDead Festival.
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