Anna Willett is an Australian Commercial Photographer based in Shanghai China specialising in portraits, food, product and corporate events. She also undertakes on a regular basis corporate social responsiblity/charity projects using her images to help charities build awareness and raise funds for their cause. Details of those projects below.


Self published and produced, "Imagine" was launched May 2014.  Co-authored with Kimberley Williams "Imagine" is a product of 18 months work to produce a written testament with images featuring children in Nakuru, Kenya.  Sponsored by friends and family through crowd funding to produce, the book is now available for sale. 1000 books have been printed and the funds raised donated to the basic care and education of such children in Nakuru, Kenya, primarily for So They Can.  Book proceeds also support the Cherish Exchange Foundation based in Nakuru Kenya which is a grassroots foundation run by locals helping locals. 

Contact So They Can in Australia for books or order on Zocou.


Launched June 2011 and sponsored by Westpac Banking Corporation the book "In a Chinese orphanage" raised around $15,000 AUD for orphans in China, administered by Mifan Mama it is now sold out.  


2009 in support and with volunteers  of the Jo Charles Foundation we held an exhibition of my prints at the World Financial Tower, location sponsored by Haworth Furniture and all funds raised donated to the Joanna Charles Foundation.