Anne-Marie von Sarosdy earned a degree in graphic-design in Germany. She was awarded a Fulbright Grant to the USA, where she studied photography at Brooks Institute in Santa Barbara, California. After completing her Master of Science in Photography she returned to Germany in 1986 and concluded her photographic education with another master‘s degree in photography before the German Chamber of Commerce. In the same year she received the „Heinrich Huss“ Award.
Since opening her own photography studio in Düsseldorf in 1991, she has been extremely successful as a fashion, advertising, and portrait photographer frequently covering assignments worldwide.
In between her busy work schedule, she finds time to pursue her other creative interest by working on her art projects: „Classic Black & White Nude Photography“ and her colorful, thought-provoking staged photography of the Alpine Heimat „Heimatliebe“. Her genuine interest for all arts inspires her photography, which has been featured widely in magazines, art books, galleries and museums across Europe.
„It’s the passion for people, travelling and art, as well as the opportunity to work together with a team of creative minds, that gives me the chance to live my dream.“