Anne Hollowday is a NYC-based photographer and filmmaker making work designed to make you feel. She creates affective visuals that preserve the freshness of a lived encounter - with people, nature or landscape. Her award winning work weaves a sublime tableau using light, color and composition to convey vast amounts of visual information with a formal sensuality.

She works across editorial and commercial projects in both stills and motion (sometimes both). She has been recognized with awards and features from the Shoot Magazine New Directors Showcase to American Photography.

She has shot in over 30 countries on 6 continents. She’d rather shoot film but drop her a line if your project might be a good fit anyway :)

Contact: anne.hollowday@gmail.com

 


Awards & Recognition
AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHY 35, Selected, 2019
ONE CLUB FOR CREATIVITY, ONE SCREEN AWARDS, “Bird Watching” Finalist, 2019
INTERNATIONAL MOTION ART AWARDS 7, “Bird Watching”, Winner, 2019
NO BUDGE, “Common Structure”, 2019
DIRECTOR’S NOTES, “Bird Watching”, 2019
BUREAU OF CREATIVE WORKS, “Common Structure”, 2019
BUREAU OF CREATIVE WORKS, “Bird Watching”, 2019
FILM SHORTAGE, Daily Short Picks, “Common Structure”, 2018
BOOOOOOOM, Premiere, “Common Structure”, 2018
DOC NYC Pro, “Bird Watching”, 2018
SHOOT MAGAZINE 13th NEW DIRECTOR’S SHOWCASE, New Director to Watch, Selected, 2015


Press
No Budge | Director’s Notes | Pond 5 | Bureau of Creative Works | Bureau of Creative Works - Bird Watching | A Woman’s Thing | Riposte Magazine | Shoot Magazine | The New York Times | Break Journal Interview | Make Zine | Imperica | TMRW MagazineThe Hand & Eye | Core 77 | Tested |  Newspaper Club 


Selected Clients & Publications
Live FAST Magazine | Field Mag | TMRW Magazine | A Woman’s Thing | Riposte Magazine | Jungles in Paris | Brand USA | Bowndling Adventurewear | Google | Uber | United Nations | Denny’s | Hilton | Tylenol | Picturehouse Cinemas | YouTube | BP Alternative Energy | National Maritime Museum | Ogilvy | CDC (Center for Disease Control & Prevention) | Nokia