Anna Ridler is an artist and researcher who works with information and data. She is currently studying Information Experience Design at the Royal College of Art in London. Prior to this, she completed a degree in English Literature and Language at Oxford University, and worked in consultancy advising governments internationally on communications security. Her interests include data collection, visualisation and storytelling, people, culture, and technology. She is particularly interested in constructing stories and narratives exploring the intersections of where the quantitative meets the qualitative.

Her work has been featured in exhibitions including Narrating the Marginal, Katve 1&2, Helsinki, FI, 2016; Spheres of Information, ACAVA Central Space Gallery, London, UK, 2016; Future of Storytelling, Centre for Social Innovation, New York, US, 2016; and The Usable Type @ Internet Black Market, Offprint Festival, Tate Modern, London, UK, 2016.