Anna Hart is a Belfast-born international culture writer, who regularly reports for a wide range of newspapers and magazines, including The Guardian, GQ, The Daily Telegraph, The Wall Street Journal, Vogue, Stylist, Grazia and Conde Nast Traveller. Her travel memoir, Departures, was published by Little, Brown Book Group in 2018, and she is currently working on her second book. Her weekly column on navigating modern life and conscious travel, Slow Motion, appears in The Daily Telegraph every Saturday.
Anna is available for speaking, consultancy, online collaboration and teaching opportunities. She has delivered talks and workshops at events including Women of the World Southbank London, Glastonbury Festival, Wilderness Festival, Stoke Newington Literary Festival, Port Eliot Literary Festival and SXSW. She has recently taught creative writing for the University Of Kent, taught fashion writing at the Southbank Centre and delivered travel writing workshops at both Port Eliot Literary Festival and Stylist Live.
After completing her postgraduate degree at the University of Glasgow, Anna secured a graduate traineeship placing her as a Staff Writer at FHM magazine in London, which saw her reporting on global events such as Hurricane Katrina and interviewing talent such as Stevie Wonder, Mike Patton and Angelina Jolie. She held Features Editor roles at Grazia magazine and then Stylist magazine, but in recent years has been a full-time freelance reporter, specialising in popular culture and festivals, social trends, sustainability, urban culture and zeitgeisty lifestyle stories.