This Influencer Is Walking Us Through Toronto Architecture One Post At A Time
It can be tricky to navigate the world of social media, especially when it comes to deciding which type of content to follow. Instagram can be used in so many different ways and you can follow people who showcase their work, love food, travel, and even educate. Keeping a variety of content in your feed will ensure you’re learning something new each day.
Anne Vranic, or @annevranic, is walking her followers through Toronto’s beautiful architecture one Instagram post at a time. From the Casa Loma Stables, to the Summerhill LCBO, Anne doesn’t just post the picture, in her description she also lets us know about the buildings architectural characteristics and its history. If you want to know more about Toronto’s lovely architecture, then lets get to know Anne a little bit more.
Meet Anne Vranic
Anne Vranic first started her architectural venture at the start of the pandemic. Although she didn’t study art history and architecture in school, she’s always had a love for art culture. Her pervious experience in television and the entertainment industry, combined with her love of art history, is what’s given her the tools to create these amazing IG posts.
Before the pandemic, she had her dream job working for the ROM. Anne said, “when the pandemic hit and the museums closed, I was so spoiled because I worked and practically lived inside of that museum. So it was a hard adjustment going from that to my 350 sq. Toronto condo and I realized it was becoming harder to find a creative spark.”
She set a goal for herself to go for a 1-hour walk each day in the city. Walking through Toronto feels different when you’re not on-the-go and for Anne, it gave her the chance to really be open and exposed to Toronto’s art culture.