Anna Moller is a fine art and commercial photographer who recently relocated to Stockholm from New York City. Her work captures the sentimental beauty of a moment, emitting a quiet strength that leaves a lingering impression on the heart and mind.
“What I see is an endless ocean of meaningful moments. Gestures. Gazes. I want people to feel connected,” she says. “I want them to think, ‘I belong to something, and something belongs to me.’”
Her photographs have been featured commercially in a range of publications from Glamour to Real Simple to T: New York Times Style and Papier Mache , as well as for fashion initiatives supporting designers such as Loeffler Randall, Roberta Freymann and Jules Smith.
Anna’s work can be found both in the United States and Europe. Her work has been recognized by the New York Photo Awards, International Photography Awards and American Photography. Her portfolio shot on assignment for AnOther Magazine at NY Fashion Week awarded her winning placement at PDN’s “The Look” contest and she was named one of the Ten Most Inspiring Artists in New York by Refinery 29. Her solo exhibition, “The Long Way Home,” features a series of ethereal landscapes shot in Sweden debuted at the Wild Project Gallery in New York City and was later commissioned by the United Nations.