The team at ANAT work tirelessly to deliver ANAT’s mission to engage with art, science and technology to enable and influence cultural, community and economic developments.
Their experience, dedication and creativity mixed with a shared vision enable ANAT’s groundbreaking programs year after year.
|Vicki Sowry | Director | [email protected]
For the past two decades, Vicki has established and delivered professional programs for artists and filmmakers in partnership with industry. She has worked at Metro Screen, the Australian Film Commission, ABC Television and the Media Resource Centre and has held governance roles with many sector organisations, including dLux Media Arts, the SA Arts Industry Council, the South Australian Film Corporation, Screen Development Australia and CoLab NZ. In 2007 she joined ANAT to manage the Art Science program and, in September 2012, was appointed Director.
|Karen Marsh | Enterprise Manager | [email protected]
Karen has many years of business development, marketing and commercialisation experience, spanning the creative industries, multinational corporations, and academia. Her most recent role was as a commercialisation consultant at Flinders University in South Australia. Prior to this, she worked in international business development roles in London at Sony Pictures, EMI Music, and Universal Music. In addition to a BA (hons) degree in English Literature from the University of London, she has recently completed the UK Chartered Management Institute’s Executive Diploma in Management.
|Megan Mohell | Administrator | [email protected]
Megan has strong office management experience, including 7+ years with the NZ Symphony Orchestra where she was also responsible for IT administration. Most recently she held an Office Manager position in Melbourne, but has relocated to Adelaide to join her husband who has been appointed Director of Operations and Commercial for the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra.
|Louise Vlach | Communications & Admin Officer | [email protected]
Louise Vlach has a Bachelor of Arts in Classical Studies from the University of Adelaide and a Graduate Diploma in Communications from University of Technology Sydney. She has worked in the not-for-profit health and arts sectors and has occasionally abandoned office life to pursue employment as a writer and audio engineer. Her personal interests are primarily domestic cats and the films of Werner Herzog.
|Cameron Milton | Technical Officer | [email protected]
After being part of the winning team of the EDS Rotary IT Innovation Award in 2004 for inventing and presenting a product which utilises technology to reduce the road death toll via reducing the number of cars stolen as well as the amount of drunk drivers, Cameron pursued his passion for technological innovation and graduated from the University of South Australia with a Bachelor of Information Technology – Networking and Security. Cameron believes his role with ANAT will increase his exposure to socially conscious business practices as well as further develop his understanding of cross disciplinary projects.