Anna Codrea-Rado is a London-based freelance journalist who writes about culture and technology. She's written for international titles including the New York Times, the Guardian, VICE, the Paris Review, New York Magazine, WIRED, Quartz, the Atlantic, the Debrief and others. 

Anna writes about youth and internet culture.  Her writing portfolio is here.

Each week Anna sends out a newsletter, The Professional Freelancer, about how she makes a sustainable living as a freelance writer.

Before going freelance, Anna worked at VICE as the news editor of the now-shuttered electronic music and culture channel, THUMP. Before that, she was on staff at the Guardian for three years, in both the US and London offices.   

A graduate of Durham University and Columbia Journalism School, in 2012 Anna was Columbia's first Tow Center digital media fellow.

In 2015 Anna was an International Reporting Project fellow to Nepal. The trip was cut short by the earthquake, which she covered for the Guardian and Observer.