Anna worked as Head of Research at the Paul Mellon Centre (maternity cover 2019-2020). She devised British Art Talks and academic activities including British Art and Natural Forces and Art Criticism and the Pandemic.
Anna worked as Director and also Curator at commissioning organisation Pavilion from 2006–2016. She has a broad experience in producing events programmes and projects with scholars and artists including Lucy Skaer, Eva Stenram, Céline Condorelli, Aurélien Froment, and Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc.
Anna completed her doctoral project with the support of the University of Northumbria’s AHRC centre for doctoral training. Her dissertation “Wild stones: British landscape and Geological Enigma” rereads materials of the British landscape tradition via the conditions described by recent geological discoveries.
Anna holds an MA from Goldsmiths College, University of London and a BA from the University of Cambridge. Her recent publications include:
“Wild Stones”, Dark Mountain issue 15 (Spring 2019).
“Paul Nash’s Geological Enigma”, British Art Studies issue 10 (Spring 2018).
“The Nest of Wild Stones: Paul Nash’s Geological Realism”, Visual Culture in Britain 19, no. 2 (2018): 189-215.