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Annika Bjornsdottir hails from the Barony of Iron Bog. Some call it... New Jersey. Annika has so far fallen in love with the SCA, and her local barony especially. She feels that the people of Iron Bog are amazing, and that she is lucky to live in such a place. Annika (called either Anna or Nika for short), is a scribe, and loves creating artwork for people. While she does love getting positive reactions to her work, she really feels that it's a special thing she can do for her barony (and the Kingdom) in contribution to the whole of what we do.
Annika is still new to the SCA, and has much to learn of it. Her first event was May-Be in 2015. There she saw, for the very first time, a large display of the Scribal Arts, and the beautiful works called award scrolls. Annika had stumbled into bliss! At that point she was driven to learn all she could of a scribe's work, and at the very next year's May-Be event in 2016, she had done two scrolls which were awarded that day. After the 2017 May-Be (for which she'd done 3 scrolls, and gave a class on Scribal Arts), she felt ready to do Kingdom level scrolls and has since become a full-fledged scribe in service to the Crown. Still learning all she can about the world of a medieval scribe, Annika works to better her skills, so she might better serve her Kingdom.
Main interests include blacksmithing, metalworking, calligraphy and illumination. Other interests include All The Things.
This persona is not a fully developed one. it is a portrayal of a late Viking Age Hiberno-Norse woman who may have ties to Sweden.
Offices & Positions
- Nothing here
- Nothing here, either
Projects, Classes, & Publications
- Scribal Arts Display (and general demo help) at South Jersey Geek Fest 2017
- Class on Manuscripts Through the Ages, given at May Be ) I'll Try Something New, 05/13/2017
- Scribal Arts Display (and general demo help) at Wheaton Village Fantasy Faire, 06/24/2017-06/25/2017
Mundanely, Annika is a professional artist and illustrator . She has a special love for crows, bears, and old worn-down bits of the past. She's got a backyard full of chickens, a side yard full of junk, and a head full of nonsense.