Casey Anthony, the Florida woman who was acquitted of murder charges in 2011 for the death of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, is poised to start putting others in the spotlight by starting a photography business, according to ABC News.

Court documents indicate that Anthony, 29, filed the necessary documents to launch Case Photography, LLC in November, and the company officially launched in January 2016. Coincidentally, the address listed for the business belongs to a private investigator with ties to the case.

It's unclear what kind of photography the company will be engaged in, but the The Daily Mail spotted Anthony, along with Patrick McKenna, the lead investigator on her defense team, snapping photos of streets and buildings in West Palm Beach.

She appeared to be fine when the encounter occurred, even joking with the reporter, saying, "Make sure you get my good side. I'm working here," according to ABC's West Palm Beach affiliate WPBF-TV, before trying to turn the tables on its photographer by taking pictures of him from her car. 

Anthony's legal case was one of the major cases in 2011, lasting six weeks from May to July. She told investigators that a baby sitter had kidnapped her daughter in 2008 after she was reported missing that July by Caylee's grandmother who said Casey's car smelled like a corpse had been inside it. Her remains were finally found that December inside a trash bag in a wooded area nearby the family home.

Detectives didn't buy her story and sought the death penalty. She was charged with first degree murder, aggravated child abuse and aggravated manslaughter of a child but was acquitted of all charges. However she was found guilty of four misdemeanor counts of providing false information to a law enforcement officer and was sentenced to time served.

During the trial, psychologists testified that Anthony had a longtime interest in photography.