Anne Heslop is a photojournalist specialising in social issues and family welfare. She works for four international charities documenting projects in India, Cambodia, Nepal, and Laos, covering issues such as child labour, living with aids, malnutrition, rights for sex workers, birth registration, and rehabilitation after the tsunami. She also covered the Gujarat earthquake for CARE international. Annie's work has been published in The Times, Telegraph, and Guardian magazines, The Oldie, Geographical, and many charity publications. Her 10 year project, ‘Children of the Tsunami’ was nominated for the One World Media press award.
She lives between London, Morocco and India, where along with her commissions, she pursues her love of night photography and her own personal projects.