Anya Lawrence-Craig

Anya Lawrence-Craig

Writer, editor and producerUnited Kingdom
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Anya Lawrence-Craig

Anya Lawrence-Craig

Writer, editor and producerUnited Kingdom
About me
Journalist and producer with 10 years' experience working in, and writing about, the creative industries. Previous employers and clients include British Journal of Photography, Studio 1854 (Visit California, Visit Copenhagen, DJI, Panasonic...), Disegno magazine, Zetteler PR, It's Nice That, Hostmaker, magCulture and Camron PR.
Projects
  • Homelessness in London
    Homelessness in LondonA very special project I worked on with British Journal of Photography and CALM shares the first-hand experiences of five people who have or who currently are experiencing homelessness in London. Words and interviews by myself, photographs jointly by Inzajeano Latif and each one of the project’s five participants - Curtis, Wayne, Dee, Saffron and Kerry. Full project: www.1854.photography/collection/calm-homeless-truths-commission
Projects credited in
  • The Salt Series
    The Salt SeriesThe British Journal of Photography commissioned us to travel throughout Europe to document Tom Hegen process of taking his award-winning DJI Drone photographs.
  • Sandcastles Part 2
    Sandcastles Part 2The British Journal of Photography commissioned us to travel throughout Europe to document Markel Redondo process of taking his award-winning DJI Drone photographs.
  • Laura Pannack: What does Brexit mean for love?
    Laura Pannack: What does Brexit mean for love?Separation explores the angst and myriad emotions experienced by London-based couples who, as a result of Brexit, have been forced to contemplate separation. With Britain soon to sever its ties with the European Union, tens of thousands of people face the possibility of losing their right to work in the UK, not to mention being forced out of the country that they share with their partner. Brexit has long garnered column inches for its political implications, but what does it mean for love?
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Work history
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    Digital Content and Creative ManagerBlack Cow Vodka
    United KingdomFull Time
    Studio 1854 – British Journal of Photography logo
    Studio 1854 – British Journal of Photography logo
    Head of Editorial and ProductionStudio 1854 – British Journal of Photography
    London, United KingdomFull Time
    As Head of Editorial and Production (Studio 1854), I am responsible for all creative content produced as part of British Journal of Photography's commercial projects and commissions. My role includes writing and editing articles for BJP’s website, art direction of photographic commissions, curation of exhibitions and events and commissioning and directing film content. Recent and ongoing projects include Separation, a series of portraits by Laura Pannack exploring the impact of Brexit on London-based couples; the DJI Drone Photography Award; and Meet California, a two week road trip commission across California.
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Skills
  • Journalism
  • Sub-editing
  • Project Management
  • Curation
  • Photographic Direction
  • Feature Writing
  • Art Direction
  • Content and Media Writing
  • Copywriting
  • Brand Storytelling
Education
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    First Class Honours: Journalism, Film and MediaCardiff Univeristy
     - Cardiff, United Kingdom