Ann Enkoji

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Introduction Ann is the principal of ATMO, a business consultancy for artists, designers and entrepreneurs. She began her working life at the office of Charles and Ray Eames, leaving to become an exhibiting ceramic artist in a studio in Berkeley. She learned about selling art in New York, assisting Stanley Moss with his collection of Old Master paintings. Her journey continued in Singapore, becoming a retail buyer of art and crafts for Robinson’s department store and then founding a spice blend company called “Singapore Spices”. Eventually she returned to the design world as a board director of Addison Design and then moved to London as director of business development for the Partners and international business director at Lloyd Northover Citigate. Ann is the co-founder of the Outside Institute, an educational design organization that functions as a working laboratory for experimentation through making. She teaches a class called “Creative Livelihoods”.