Ann Dingli has worked for a decade as an art/design writer, content consultant, and media strategist for artists and architects in London and Malta. With an academic background in Art History and Design Criticism Writing, her strength lies in creating compelling content about complex art and design themes, helping creative individuals and brands communicate their work with clarity and finesse.
Ann has written for New London Quarterly, Artpaper, The Architect, and The Times of Malta, amongst other titles. She has edited two books on design and art, and has interviewed contemporary artists working in the US, Germany, Canada, the UK, and Australia. As a content writer and editor, Ann's clients include dRMM Architects (UK), Adjaye Associates (UK, US, GH), Mizzi Studio (UK, MLT), Valentino Architects (MLT), Market Cafe Mag (UK), Encode (UK), Spacegram (PT).
Having worked on a variety of projects of different scale and scope with non-profit organisations, gallery owners, artists, photographers, zine publishers, graphic designers, media start-ups, architects, and entrepreneurs, Ann has been able to cultivate a work ethic characterised by flexibility, approachability, and collaboration. She is Content Writer and Editor for Valletta Contemporary – a private contemporary art gallery in Malta. She recently opened a photography and text-based exhibition examining the social constructs of a radio silent society in rural America.