Anne Eder is an interdisciplinary artist and educator. She has been internationally exhibited, awarded, and published, including multiple international awards in alternative process photography. She is currently a lecturer in the Lewis Center for the Arts, Princeton University, faculty at Harvard University, Penumbra Foundation NYC, and the Griffin Museum of Photography. Anne teaches workshops at venues across the country, and, via online learning, all over the world. Much of her work is experimental and research based, combining historic processes, science, and contemporary conceptual thinking.
Throughout her career Anne has been an advocate for increased access to the arts, and the creation of public art is a dedicated part of her practice. She lives in Boston writing fairy tales and catering to her fabulous chihuahua, The Brain.