Autography | Anna Farley

Anna Farley: Project Manager and Workshop Facilitator

I am Anna Farley, 27 years old, Autography Project manager and artist. I Graduated Wimbledon collage of arts UAL: SCULPTURE in 2015.

My practice is all about information, how I process information physically and psychologically. I have made sculpture using radios, books, sound recordings, masking tape, pegboard, paperwork, photography; mixing concept and craft I match aesthetic to subject so the materials I use change.

Why photography?
Photography is a really important part of my practice and my life, it can talk for me when sometimes I can’t or I don’t want to. It can remind of things I forget, and give me a calmness when I am about to choose to make a picture and helps me understand a sense of time and change in myself the people around me and my environment and lifestyle.

Why autism and neurodiversity?
I was diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome in 2013, (I now use the term autism to describe my condition) and I now work composing and delivering training on the autistic spectrum and neurodiversity.

I am really proud to be the project manager, it’s a fist time role for me, and it’s a first-time project. I have a lot of support and guidance from the rest of the team. I will be co-facilitating the workshop sessions with Scarlett.

I designed the programme of workshops with Lizzy. We met up every Thursday for a year to get where we are today so I am ready to go!

I will be in every workshop on Wednesdays at Photofusion and on Fridays for a half day in case anyone wants to come in and use the facilities with someone they know on site.

I will use what I know about my autism and what I have learnt about autism to make Autography the best it can be for the participants.

Autography | Anna Farley

This project would not be possible without the generous support of our sponsors, partners and supporters.

Autography | Supporters


This project would not be possible without the generous support of our sponsors, partners and supporters.

Autography | Supporters