Anne Day is a veteran photojournalist, portrait, and architectural photographer and writer based in Salisbury, Connecticut.
Her photographic work has appeared in TIME, Newsweek, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Fortune, Vogue and other publications. As a photojournalist, she has covered events in Haiti, Cuba, South Africa and Namibia, as well as United States Presidential Inaugurations, marches, political conventions, school picnics, weddings, birthday parties and “grip and grin” events all over the world. She has also worked on seven “A Day in the Life” book projects as both an assignment editor and as a photographer.
In 2017, she was honored by Salisbury Family Services in an event “Celebrating Salisbury’s Own.”
In 2016, she won the Arthur Ross Award given by the Institute for Classical Architecture and Art for “Exquisitely Illuminating the Symmetry, Elegance and proportion of Classical Buildings” in work she has done as the principal photographer on five books in the W. W. Norton series on classical architecture, featuring among other buildings the Library of Congress, the United States Capitol and the New York Public Library.
In 2008, she was named “Woman of the Year “ by Girls Inc. a national afterschool program for middle school girls.
Anne was commissioned for the fourth time by the Presidential Inaugural Committee to photograph the 2013 inauguration. Her photographs are featured in three official inaugural books, some of which are part of a feature exhibit at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C.
From 2003-2018 Anne represented Olympus cameras as an Olympus Visionary and beginning in 2003 she has taught a variety of courses at Maine Media Workshop. She teaches students that anyone can be a photographer and that photography is really a way to remember moments in one’s own life. In addition to the Maine Workshops, she has taught middle schoolers at Girls Inc in Waterbury CT as well as at several local schools in Salisbury CT.
Her iPhone photography workshops taught at her studio are offered periodically.