Anne Larsen worked as a successful photographer for one of the largest commercial studios in Copenhagen, Denmark. In 1994 she moved to the United States to pursue a career in fine-art photography.
Anne’s intimate still life images and delicate photographs of the natural environment, all made with a 4x5" view camera or medium format camera; share a common luminosity and elegance. Her hand made silver gelatin prints are distinguished by their impeccable execution and tonal subtlety. Anne has assisted and taught on workshops instructed by James Baker, Morley Baer, Ruth Bernhard, Charles Cramer, Philip Hyde, Ray McSavaney, and John Sexton.
Her prints are in numerous private and public collections in North America and Europe. Her images have been included in exhibitions at the Susan Spiritus Gallery and the Alinder Gallery in California. In 2007 she was awarded Third Place Fine Art Still Life in the Pilsner Urquell International Photography Awards.
Legendary photographer Ruth Bernhard said this about Anne Larsen’s photographs:
“Anne Larsen has the ability to transform the commonplace into the unforgettable. Her beautiful photographs are made from the heart.”
Anne lives with her husband John Sexton in Carmel Valley, California.
Anne Larsen’s photographs are represented by The Ansel Adams Gallery in Yosemite National Park, California and Sun to Moon Gallery in Dallas, Texas.