“Anne Geddes Reveals Why She Stopped Taking Her Iconic Photos of Newborns” by My Modern Met
Anne Geddes is a world-renowned photographer known for her iconic images of babies and children. Born in Queensland, Australia in 1956, Geddes began her career as a fashion photographer in the 1980s before transitioning to child photography. Her signature style features babies dressed in whimsical costumes and placed in imaginative settings.
Geddes’ work has been featured in numerous publications and exhibitions worldwide, including her bestselling book “Down in the Garden”, which has sold over 1.8 million copies. In addition to her commercial success, Geddes is also a philanthropist, using her photography to raise awareness and funds for various children’s charities.
Throughout her career, Geddes has received numerous accolades for her contributions to the arts and philanthropy, including the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Professional Photographers of America. Her legacy as an artist and humanitarian continues to inspire and captivate audiences around the world.
Read on in this incredible article by My Modern Met about her decision to stop shooting these gorgeous and striking newborn shots. Throughout the interview, amazing insights are revealed – and additional sides of the artist are revealed through her efforts with March of Dimes and more.