Mari Griffith began her career at the National Gallery, where she lectured and led adult learning, before moving to the Royal Academy of Arts, where she managed the Public Programmes, and the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C., where she oversaw exhibition interpretation. She has worked extensively on the interpretation of art and heritage, writing audio and multimedia guides for museums and heritage sites across Europe, and spending three years collaborating with leading museums in Italy.

As artword, Mari has worked with prominent museums and galleries in the UK, Europe, Middle East and Asia, developing content across various media, from print, audio and digital to in-gallery exhibition texts. She has also presented art-related radio and television programmes.

With a B.A. in Italian and Art History and M.A. in art history (University of London), Mari works through the medium of English, Italian and Welsh, and also speaks French and Spanish.