Annette is a freelance journalist & 35mm film photographer based in Mexico City.
Primarily interested in how culture and aesthetic relate to global issues, her writing focuses on the nuances and wider social politics of contemporary art, architecture, urban policy and immigration.
She has previously contributed to The Nation, Teen Vogue, GARAGE, CityLab, Hyperallergic, and Australian Associated Press; and has previously worked with the Financial Times, the Sunday Times, Matches Fashion and Savvy Studio.
She holds a Masters of Arts in Journalism from Columbia University, where she complemented her work in cultural criticism with classes in urban planning and architecture at Columbia‘s Graduate School of Architecture, Preservation and Planning. Prior to that she received a double Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and International Studies (Mexico) from the University of Technology in Sydney, Australia, and completed one year of exchange at the University of Guadalajara, Mexico.
She is trilingual in English, Spanish and Cantonese.
IMMIGRATION · URBANISM · CLIMATE CHANGEWill Migrants Stay in Mexico? for The Nation
After the Caravan for The Nation
Migrant Caravan Teens Talk About What It's Like to Get Your Period for Teen Vogue
The Hunger That Consumes You for the Weather Channel [production assistant]
Over 1,500 Immigrants Arriving at the US Border for Helsingin Sanomat [as source, quoted in Finnish]
Is Sydney’s Opera House a Billboard? for CityLab
Mexico City’s $150 Million Rebrand Faces Growing Pains for CityLab
Don’t Be Dinosaurs on Climate Change, Pollies Urged for the Australian Associated Press
Why Jeff Koons Is a Natural Successor to Marcel Duchamp for Artsy
ART · ARCHITECTURE · CRITICISM
F-Architecture and the Hymen Industrial Complex for PIN-UP
In Museo, Two Slackers Carry Out an Epic Art Heist for Hyperallergic
Rethinking the Laws of Nature at Helsinki’s New Amos Rex Museum for Hyperallergic
Photographer Wolfgang Tillmans Has No Time for Trump-Era Pessimism for GARAGE
This Artist Sunk Le Corbusier’s Magnum Opus in a Danish Fjord for GARAGE
Kristin-Lee Moolman & Ib Kamara Predict the Future for the Last Magazine
Aaron Stern’s ‘We Live Behind the Moon Sometimes’ for the Last Magazine
Agnes Barley’s Shadow Structures for the Last Magazine
Pedro Almodóvar’s Most Haunting, Stylish Heroines for Milk Studios
Artworks Set to Fetch Up to $9m at Auction for the Australian Associated Press
PROFILES · INTERVIEWSThirteen-year-old Sunny Suljic Relives the Nineties for the Last Magazine
Sonoya Mizuno Quit Ballet of ‘Ex Machina’ for the Last Magazine
‘Atypical’ Star Keir Gilchrist Might Quit Acting for Farming for the Last Magazine
Zoey Deutch Goes All In For ‘Flower’ for the Last Magazine
Kelsey Asbille Brings Heart to the Neo-Western Series ‘Yellowstone’ for the Last Magazine
Dej Loaf Brings Her Powerful Performance and All-Embracing Sound to Coachella for the Last Magazine
Morgan Saylor for the Last Magazine
Interview with Crystal Moselle for Milk Studios
Interview with Rafael Prieto for Saturdays NYC
TRAVEL · FASHIONLittle Black Book: Melbourne for Matches Fashion
The New Super Cities for Matches Fashion
The Grooming Report: Out on the Town for Matches Fashion
Gary Bigeni Gives Both Online and Traditional Retailing his Love for Vogue.com.au
In the Frame: Abbey Lee and Mania Mania for Vogue.com.au
A Foxy Fantasy at Mulberry for Vogue.com.au
Reporting on Australian Fashion Week for the Sydney Morning Herald