Bee Farrell is a people and culture specialist. Masters' degrees in Education (Ruskin University, 2009), and the Anthropology of Food (SOAS, University of London 2015), academically consolidate 20 years of research and creative practice for museums, community projects, schools, architects, design companies and universities.
Bee Farrell | Public Anthropologist | Consultant | Writer | Researcher | Speaker | Project curator
Themes of Conviviality Social | Sustainable | Behavioural | Historic | Design
THINKING | My approach uses practical and academic knowledge of traditions and contemporary living to analyse social patterns
MAKING | As a published writer and public speaker I communicate cultural stories of identity, togetherness and behaviour
DOING | Farrell and Webb | The Anthroplogists of Eating curate enlightening and tasty encounters with food, eating and commensality
"As an independent consultant, Bee had been tasked by the practice to re-think their sustainability strategy, with an emphasis on urban food. Using her meticulous academic research skills and her complex knowledge, both wide and deep, she built up a new framework, relevant for the evolving metropolis and its increasing (food) challenges"
Brigitte Rothfuss | Architect | Project Manager | Head of Sustainability | London
William Murray, Goodbrand, Backroad books, Bee London, Church Street Neighbourhood Forum, Eastfeast, Makemore Festival, Farrells, Regent's Place, Four Rain, Harper Collins, Real Food Market, RUAF Foundation, Food&, Selfridges, Springer Publishing, British Land, The Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival, The New Craftsmen, The Offbeats, Binge, The Sustainable Food Trust, The Woodbridge Tide Mill, The University of East Anglia and the University of Kassel.