Anna Fawcus (1980) is an Australian artist living in New York, who works with photography. Fawcus has a Masters in Fine Art Photography from IED (European Institute of Design) in Madrid.

Her work has been exhibited in both solo and group shows in Australia, Asia, the United States and Europe. Recent exhibitions of her work include at the Head On Photo Festival (Australia), Pingyao International Photography Festival (China), D-Light Studios; PhotoIreland Festival (Dublin), The Photographers Wall; Library of Birmingham (Birmingham), Altamira Palace Gallery (Madrid), Con Artist Gallery (New York), Art Basel (Miami), Photo España (Madrid), Municipal Heritage Museum of Malaga (Malaga), Culturefix Gallery (New York), Hill Smith Gallery (Adelaide), Bird in Hand Winery (Adelaide), Pulp Shed Gallery (Adelaide). Her work has been acquired by both private and public collections in the United States, Australia and Europe.

Fawcus originally trained as a commercial photographer, then moved into documentary work, with international development clients including: Oxfam America, Oxfam International, Oxfam Novib, WorldFish, The Brooke, SPANA, Barefoot Initiative, Global Fairness Initiative (GFI), International Development Enterprises (iDE) & The Peruvian Times. She is a member of the Con Artist Collective in New York and the National Press Photographers Association (NPPA).