Anna is a cultural consultant with a specialism in socially focused, arts development with over 15 years’ experience, working with major institutions, (Victoria & Albert Museum, London 2012/LOCOG, Nuit Blanche, Paris, Frieze Foundation) and public bodies (British Council, numerous English local authorities).

She produced a series of high profile projects for partners including Barbican, Frieze Foundation and Serious that were acclaimed as highlights of the London 2012 Olympic cultural festival and has worked with artists including: Turner prize winner, Jeremy Deller; iconic British photographer, David Bailey and philosopher, Theodore Zeldin.

She is experienced in cultural strategy, community engagement and policy making, strengthened through involvement in selection committees and membership of: the GLA Cultural Quarters Group, LB Hackney Art in Empty Shops Awards, Hackney Wick cultural hub White Building selection group. She has expertise in developing cultural strategies for major regeneration projects including London 2012, in which she ensured the role of culture was embedded into the long-term legacy planning for east London, working with key London stakeholders including past and current agencies LDA, ODA, Mayor of London, Design for London and the Arts Council.