Rebecca Sandell joined PEW at the beginning of 2020. As an undergraduate she studied English at King’s College London where she also obtained her Master’s degree in eighteenth-century literature with a dissertation on William Blake’s architectural influences. She is especially interested in the intersection between visual art, architecture and literature. She also enjoys writing on themes of memory and writing that challenges conceptions of time, be it fiction or non-fiction. As an assistant, she works across all aspects of the agency with a particular focus on international rights.