The team

The Lost & Found team are shown sat in front of a wall filled with colourful paintings. From left to right - Gary Cook smiles at the camera from behind his glasses, he is wearing a blue hoodie and has short hair. Next, Anna FitzGerald smiles broadly. her dark hair frames her face, and a warm glow is cast by her red hoodie. Thirdly, Louisa Currier is shown smiling, her wavy blonde hair falls past her shoulders, and a purple scarf is around her neck.

Anna Fitzgerald (centre)

Artist and facilitator Anna has been running art events in Devon for the past 18 months, generating enormous amounts of goodwill from public, artists and businesses alike.

Her Woo Hoo exhibition at the Ocean building in Exmouth received thousands of visitors and press attention including a feature on Spotlight news. She is currently artist in residence at Powderham Castle, where her colourful, narrative paintings are delighting visitors.

Anna will be heading the curation team for Exmouth Lost & Found Art Trail, and pairing artists with businesses. She will also be reaching out to outsider artists, to ensure that Exmouth Lost & Found reflects the rich diversity of the town.


Gary Cook (left)

Graphic designer and creative thinker Gary is no stranger to challenging projects. He will be bringing his sharp eye for detail and cohesive approach to Lost & Found Art, creating visuals that communicate the core concepts of the initiative.
Gary has illustrated the Lost & Found map, which will show the locations of all the art treasures we’ve hidden around Exmouth for you to find.


Louisa Currier (right)

Social media marketer and educator Louisa Currier knows that in the world of social media, content is king. With a keen nose for content opportunities and good eye for a picture, Louisa will be creating the Lost & Found social media strategy, and supporting artists and businesses in getting the most from the media opportunities afforded by the trail.

With selfie spots, competitions and a video campaign planned, Louisa will be making sure that locals and tourists alike see Lost & Found popping up in their feeds.