Anne Joyce is a graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. Although her BFA is in theatre, she found her passion for photography while studying there. A few years later, Anne studied film at Le Femis in Paris. Arriving back in New York City, she worked on her first film - the Slamdance winner “Homework”. It was suggested she be the still photographer and the love of film making was set. For the last ten years Anne has been the photographer on numerous films working with such notable talents as James Gray, Joaquin Pheonix, Darius Kondji, Lasse Hallstrum, Marion Cotillard, Adam Rapp, Stuart Bloomberg, Billy Bob Thorton, Robert Redford, and many others.
Anne has been awarded a place in Art and Commerce’s Festival of Emerging Photographers, the “Guess, Behind the Lens Exhibit”, and a finalist in W magazine’s “W the Art Project - Obsession”. Her photos have been published in the New York Times, New York Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, and many other film publications. Anne's photos were also recently published in the book “Conversations with James Gray” from Synecdoche Books.