Anna Louise Bradley is an urban researcher and network manager at STIPO. At STIPO, she contributes research towards the JPI PlaceCity project uncovering and defining placemaking tools in Vienna and Oslo case cities with many international partners. Particular interests include developing urban environments using wayfinding strategies and local participation to boost physical access, safety, fitness, and ultimately well being benefits. Anna has received an Honours Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Toronto looking closely at the connection between mental illness, environmental inputs, and epigenetics. Concurrent to her work with PlaceCity, at Utrecht University she researches the relationship between the built environment, habitual behaviours related to movement and fitness, and well being, while especially considering influence from power relations.