In this episode we talk with internationally renowned and New York Times best selling author- infant photographer, Anne Geddes. Anne’s life began on a cattle ranch in Queensland, Australia and her sense of adventure took her around the world. She currently resides in New York.
Anne was a late bloomer into the photography world, and has spent the last few decades honing her unique voice capturing the pure joy, vulnerability and innocence of babies. Her stills capture the story of new life, injecting personality and the simplicity of a fleeting moment in time. Anne’s work has garnered her a place in the International Photography Hall of Fame- an honor she was bestowed for her compassion and life’s work.
Anne is an Ambassador (volunteer) for the March of Dimes charity, as well as a Global Advocate for Shot@Life, a United Nation’s Foundation campaign which aims to provide access to basic life-saving immunizations to children in the developing world.
Anne continues to tell her unique story through the art of photography, constantly fascinated and inspired by Mother Nature and all she has to offer.
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