Anne Nyblæus (b.1966) started to work as a photographer after graduating from Beckmans School of Graphic Design in Stockholm 1990. Highly influenced by her mentor, late Swedish photographer Hans Hammarskiöld, she decided to pursue a career in photography.
The early years were strongly influenced by her Spanish heritage and Anne had her base in Barcelona on several occasions during the 90´s. This has made her appreciate the Mediterranean culture and idiom and gave Anne the opportunity to work with major interior and lifestyle magazines all over Europe.
Today Anne´s work is primarily published in Swedish magazines and her portfolio includes portraits, interiors and food. Anne´s assignments, passion for art, design and people have lead to fascinating projects and recent years new dimensions have been added.
2011 Anne initiated a bookproject together with stylist Anette Mörner where the finest contemporary artists, art collectors and their environments were portrayed through her lenses. This resulted in two beautiful coffee table books that are the first of its kind in Scandinavia.
In November 2012 Gallery M2Unger presented an exhibition in Stockholm of Anne´s photos titled "Exponerad" (Exposed) - A study in women´s relationship with their nudity.