Edward Moon-Little is a digital analyst and anthropologist with a strong interest in Northeast India, central India, the history of anthropology, and kingship. Prior to studying anthropology, Edward studied art history and history which sparked a long interest in material heritage and museums.
Photographs taken by Edward during fieldwork have been displayed at the Berlin Ethnological Museum, the Cambridge Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, and the Horniman Museum. His photographs have also featured in a number of academic journal and books.
Outside of anthropology he works as a data analyst. He particularly enjoys making data visualisations and teasing out insights. However, perhaps his greatest passion lies in the kitchen, the result of working as a chef for a number of his younger years.
He is also a member of the Highlander Press and worked on a number of their recent publication.