In a career spanning nearly four decades Anne McNeill has played a key role in British photography as a curator, writer and educator. She is Director of Impressions Gallery, Bradford, a charity that helps people understand the world through photography and acts as an agent for change.
Curated exhibitions include Cockroach Diaries and other stories by Anna Fox, shortlisted for the Deutsche Börse International Photography Award (2008), In Which Language Do We Dream? (2021) a co-authored project that considers the power of representation from the prospective of the al-Hindawi family.
Recent essays include Zanele Muholi Granta Art + Photography (2019) We are not in the Shadows Bluecoat Press (2020), Breathing Space Autograph-ABP (2021).