Nobody takes photographs of babies, or pulls our heartstrings with exquisite
skill quite like Anne Geddes. A household name the world over, Anne's
distinctive and extraordinarily imaginative work has redefined forever how we
see infants. Best of all, Anne's work is a timeless and perennially popular
reminder of the integrity and authenticity of the human spirit.
Born and raised in Queensland, Australia, Anne Geddes has always been
interested in the strength that a photographic image could hold. In her
mid-twenties, she began experimenting with the family Pentax K1000, developing
her signature style of simple structure and immediate visual impact.
One of the world's most respected and successful professional photographers,
Anne has captured the imagination and hearts of people around the globe. Her
distinctive, award-winning images of children grace greeting cards, calendars,
books, stationery, photo albums, and an array of other fine products, and are
currently published in over 50 countries, spanning North America, Europe, the
British Isles, Australia, New Zealand, South America, and Asia. Some 11 million
books plus many more millions of other non-book product have been sold
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