Angela Kreutz received a Masters in architecture from the University of Stuttgart in 2003, and completed her doctorate at the University of Queensland in 2013. Her dissertation, titled "Munu Gukooreree: The Experience of Space and Place Amongst Children in an Aboriginal Community," was a transdisciplinary study situated between environmental psychology, ecological psychology, and environment behavior studies. It was an in-depth research study of indigenous children’s environments within a contemporary community context. Her research continues to focus on children and the environment. She has worked as a research assistant for the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, as a consultant for the Department of Communities, Queensland Government, and has produced, filmed, and edited a collection of short films on the childhood and lives of Aboriginal Elders.