Anna Carnick is the cofounder of Anava Projects, an agency dedicated to supporting design for good through curation and storytelling. She’s also an independent writer and editor, and the author of two books: Nendo: 10/10 and Design Voices. She’s edited over twenty books on art and design, and has worked as an editor for Pamono, L’Arcobaleno, Aperture Foundation, Assouline, Graphis Inc., and Clear Magazine. Her writing has appeared in publications such as Domus, Icon Design Magazine, The New York Times Style Magazine (The Moment), Dazed&Confused, Artsy, Casa Vogue, Photo District News, ArtInfo, Dwell, Whitewall Magazine, Coolhunting.com, and others.

If you’d like to get in touch regarding a writing, editorial, and/or curatorial project, please email annacarnick@gmail.com.