Anne Day is a freelance photographer and writer based in Connecticut and New York. In addition to her work in the United States, she has photographed stories in South Africa, Haiti, France, Spain, Japan and the former Soviet Union. Her work has appeared in Time, Newsweek, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Fortune, Vogue and many other publications.
Her architectural photography skills have been demonstrated in work she has done as the principal photographer for five books in the W. W. Norton series on classical architecture, featuring the Library of Congress, the United States Capitol and the New York Public Library.
For the past four Presidential Inaugurations she has covered the Inaugural events for The Official Inaugural Book.
She covered the release of Nelson Mandela in 1990 for Reuters and the pictures were published worldwide. Some of her pictures of Mandela are included in the book: Mandela: A Life In Pictures published Dec. 2009 by Sterling Publishers.
As an Olympus Visionary Anne uses Olympus cameras to teach a family storytelling course. She teaches students that anyone can be a photographer and that photography is really a means of telling and remembering moments in life, big or small.
Olympus has generously donated cameras and lenses for students in Anne's course to use.