Anne Geddes Prints
Anne Geddes has produced some of the world’s most beautiful photography. Anne’s first photograph appeared in a local magazine in Auckland in 1988. The portrait was titled “Gemma.” The photograph was taken in Anne’s studio in Melbourne. It displays a little girl standing in a ballerina tutu. In 1990 Anne decided to spend one day a month away from her portraiture business, and explore her own unique style of photography. The first two images that were presented in this time were titled “Joshua” and “Rhys and Grant,” – twins who became known as her ‘Cabbage-Kids,’ this print is one of Anne’s most recognizable photographs around the world. Since then Anne has produced some of the most stunning and influential photography. Her prints focus on babies and pregnancy and are a display of creativity and imagination. Ranging from sleeping baby bees, babies in plant boxes, baby fairies and plenty more, to angelic pregnant mothers protecting and embracing their unborn children. Today, Anne’s prints can be found on many things, such as cards, annual calendars, framed prints, books and more. As a mother, I would love to hold Anne’s skills and creative mind to create such beautiful, timeless photographs of my own children. She is amazing at what she does.