Anita has been a photographer since the age of 10. Even after a 30-year career, she still carries a camera everywhere.
Her specialist areas of portraiture and editorial photography have generated iconic images for The Sunday Times and Observer magazines, The National Portrait Gallery archive and for corporate agencies including The Partners and Addison Design.
Anita’s edgy subculture series, ‘Visible Girls’ from the early ‘80s is now a permanent teaching resource for the undergraduate photographers of London South Bank University. She is also regularly invited to present nationally on life in photography.
Her current project ‘First Women’ is being created to celebrate Britain’s inspiring women. This collection recently won sponsorship from Metro Imaging and enjoys the patronage of Baroness Betty Boothroyd.
For Anita, photography is in the blood, an intuitive practice that connects people.