And revisits some of her classic photos for her new book, "Small World."
Her work may seem commercial AF, but this artist has always followed her one true passion. (Babies.)
Since I first picked up a camera, children have been my inspiration. To me they represent everything that is good in the world, and each and every one of them has the basic right to be protected, nurtured and loved.
"You can't take away the essence of the reason why you're photographing your children, and you need to include yourself in
This amazing project saw me travel around the world photographing brave survivors. As a photographer and mother, it was incredibly moving to meet these young people and see firsthand the impact that meningococcal disease has had on their lives.
Protect. Nurture. Love. That has been my mantra for the past 30 years of my career as a photographer. I believe that all moms change lives -- and together, we have the ability to change the world for the better -- one newborn at a time.
As long as your child is in a safe and stable environment, is confident of your love, and has many other people who love them, whatever your personal choice is, they'll be fine.
Finally. Last week in Australia marked the launch of our country's historic Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. More than 5,000 people are expected to share their experiences with the Commission.
"Shooting babies isn't all sh*ts and giggles... It's mostly sh*t. All over the floor." Plus, if it weren't for photographing
To fans the world over, photographer Anne Geddes's artistic touch is as immediately recognizable as her regular subject matter