Anita Tótha (b. 1980) is a Hungarian-American photographer, curator and writer originally from New York. She attended the School of Visual Arts in New York City, where she majored in photography and completed a mentorship opportunity with photographer Stephen Shore. Prior to graduation, she also completed internships with artist/photographer Simen Johan and the Yossi Milo Gallery, a leading contemporary photography gallery in New York City. For the next four years, she worked at the gallery, gaining experience in gallery business, curation, and exhibitions. Anita is currently based in Auckland, New Zealand and is co-founder of Tangent, a New Zealand photography collective and founder of Remote Photobooks, an initiative for the international distribution of NZ photobooks. She also runs the Auckland branch of The Photobook Club and is on the advisory panel of the Asia Pacific Photobook Archive. Anita has contributed photography writings to Feature Shoot, ProPhotographer Magazine and D-Photo Magazine. She has also lectured on photography at the State University of New York (Rockland), Unitec (NZ) and Whitecliffe (NZ).