Photographer of Infants in Flower Pots, Anne Geddes, born 1956 September 13th

Anne Geddes, born September 13, 1956, is a photographer from North Queensland, Australia. She is currently married to Kel Geddes and has two daughters, Kelly (born in 1986) and Stephanie (born in 1984).

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Anne Geddes is not only one of the world’s most renowned photographers, but she is also an author, clothing designer, and very successful businesswoman who was born in Australia. She is known for her unique photographs of babies. She usually portrays them as flowers, small animals, fairies or fairytale creatures.

Based in New York City, Australian born Anne Geddes creates images that are iconic, award winning and beloved. She is one of the world’s most respected and globally recognized photographers. Her imagery singularly captures the beauty, purity and vulnerability of children, embodying her deeply held belief that each and every child must be “protected, nurtured and loved”.

Anne’s body of work, including to date 7 award-winning, globally published coffee table books, 31 years of continuous calendars, ranges of greeting cards and a list of smaller publications including baby record books and journals, has been published in over 84 countries and translated into 24 languages. A multiple New York Times bestselling author, and European best seller, Anne’s photography has been treasured, enjoyed and respected by many generations. Anne has been awarded a host of awards over her career, both for her iconic images and also her philanthropic representations and donations.

In 2017 Anne was inducted into the International Photography Hall of Fame, joining a select international group of photography elites

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