Anneke Paterson is an early career photographer of humanity. Anneke grew up in Austin, Texas with a serious love for horses and a curious eye for unknown things. Her photographic focus on youth culture comes from her experiences as a member of the millennial generation as well as her personal experiences with healthcare.
Anneke is driven to understand the role of storytelling and the relationships of photographer and subject narratives in our ever-changing world.
Anneke is a member of The Photographic Museum of Humanity and an emerging member of Women Photograph.
Anneke will receive her B.A. in Cultural Anthropology from Texas State University in 2020.
Bitten by the Moon (Mordido por la Luna) - BURN Magazine, USA 2017
Where the Locals Go: A Local's Guide to Austin, Texas - National Geographic Travel, USA 2016
Brenham Synagogue to Find New Life in Texas - The New York Times, USA 2015
Skinned Knee and the Pink Bike - Getting Your Shot, National Geographic Books, USA 2015
Austin Travel Guide - The Guardian, UK 2015