Anne Saint-Pierre is a French-born photographer and educator based in New York City. She brings to her practice a fifteen-year experience as a moving image designer/director and lecturer, using film and typography to create award-winning visuals with an organic feel, from TV channel identities to advocacy and art projects. In her spare time, she pursues personal projects on various vegetal forms in the wild and as still life.
EnSAD (Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs), Paris, France
International Center of Photography, New York, USA, Continuing Education
Photography: Arts & Business Partners, Department of Education, International Center of Photography, Real Design Associates, Refugee Immigrant Fund, United Nations, private clients and artists.
Moving image: United Nations; Tony Cragg, Nam June Paik, Sanborn & Perillo, Twin Art; AMC, BET, Bravo, Discovery Channel, Headlines News, MTV, PBS, Odyssey, Oxygen, WCBS.
“Roots”. Exhibit catalog, Fordham University, NY, Summer 2016
“ASMP NY 2016: Anne Saint-Pierre.” L’Oeil de la Photographie, 10 Mar. 2016
Barrett, C. “Refugees and Rooftop Farming: A Gateway to Economic Opportunity.” Knowledge Gateway for Women’s Economic Empowerment, UN Women, 30 Oct. 2014
Barnes, Rebecca. “The Fine Line: Are Designers the New Artists?” Diem, Fall 1997: 15.
“The Fifteen Most Influential Women in Broadcast Design.” Diem, Fall 1995: 18.
Mocik, Jean-Claude. “Habillages de Chaînes à New York”. Atelier 256, 1994. French television Antenne 2.
American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP)
French American Chamber of Commerce (FACC)
International Center of Photography (ICP)