I’m Anna – a writer, researcher and curator based in London.
I write articles and content for a wide range of clients including the BBC and the National Archives. Magazines I contribute to include Who Do You Think You Are?, BBC History, BBC Music, Family Tree, Opera and Coast. I also work for museums and libraries, and have much experience across exhibitions and public engagement.
When I’m not busy freelancing, I work on a number of academic projects. Currently, I’m writing on death masks, women’s history and Victorian art. I sometimes speak about my research at a range of venues and events across the country.
When I’m not in the library, I can usually be found in a graveyard or at a gig.
If you’d like to work together, please don’t hesitate to drop me a line!