- Category : 1966-births
- Type : MGE
- Profile : 2/5 - Hermit / Heretic
- Definition : Split - Small (11,23,62)
- Incarnation Cross : RAX Laws 1
American singer-songwriter, musician, visual artist, performance artist and writer. Voog is the former front woman of The Blue Up?, a pop rock band from the Minneapolis area.
On 22 August 1997, Voog began anacam, the second webcam (after JenniCam) that lifecasted, i.e., broadcast twenty-four hours a day live from a home. While sex and nudity played only a small part in what could be seen on cam, Ms. Voog gained considerable attention, and criticism, for the portrayal of nudity and sexual activity, including masturbation and intercourse, on her live webcam.
From the beginning of anacam, Voog accompanied the webcam with a blog in a section of her site, analog and in her LiveJournal, started in 1999. She transcribed her earlier, hand-written journals to her online blog. In addition, she publishes poetry, stream-of-consciousness work, along with other writings. Voog also produced many varieties of art, including paintings, drawings, video, and photographs. Art installations by Voog have been hosted by the New York City Museum of Modern Art, and in the Walker Art Center and the Weisman Art Museum.
In May 2002, Voog began to freeform crochet hats. Each is unique, and she sells them via her website.
In August 2009, Voog turned off her webcam on the 12th anniversary of the site. In total, anacam broadcast live, 24/7, for twelve years.
On 30 July 2007, she and her husband had their first child, Lili Zuzu Voog. The child was conceived and birthed on cam. A second child, Violet Luna, was born on 8 February 2009. Ana's third child, a son named Henry Rose, died on 14 May 2010, at 36 weeks gestation, from complications resulting from Trisomy 13.