Anne Saint-Pierre is a documentary and fine arts photographer. On assignment, she focuses on atmosphere and people’s emotional connections to their environment. In her independent projects, she explores people’s sense of place and displacement through portraiture, landscape, street and still life. Since 2014, she partners with RIF Asylum Support and Brooklyn Grange to document in “Seeds Of Resilience” the stories of asylum-seekers finding a safe haven in a New York City urban farming program. She was published in l’Oeil de la Photographie and The Intercept, and exhibited her work at American University, Fordham University and Queens Botanical Garden.
She previously worked as an award-winning moving image designer/director, and eventually on cross-disciplinary branding, advocacy, art and educational projects. She received a Master’s degree in Visual Communication from EnSAD (Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs), Paris, and attended the International Center of Photography continuing education program, New York. She was born in Lyon, France, and lives in New York.
Business Center For New Americans, Real Design, Refugee Immigrant Fund, United Nations; artists Caroline Blum and Hala Schoukair; private clients.
Environmental portraits, branding, events and weddings.