Anne Hollande Ullerup is French-Caribbean, born in Paris, France.
Parallel to Law studies at the University of Paris she pursued a career as a semi-professional modern dancer. She worked for more than 20 years as a legal advisor for the Music Industry. Before moving to Usa, she found inspiration for photography during trips in Europe, Asia, South America and Africa. It was the meeting with the Tuareg people in the Hoggar Mountains in Sahara that triggered the wish to change her life.
The dream was fulfilled when she left the Music Industry to move to Washington DC with her husband, a foreign correspondent, in the beginning of 2010.
Since then both Denmarks leading newspaper, Jyllands-Posten, and the French Daily Liberation, have published feature stories with many of Anne's pictures from travels all over the Usa.
In 2012 she graduated as a professional photographer at the Washington School of Photography in Bethesda (MD).
Back in France in 2019 she is still working for Jyllands-Posten as free-lance photographer.
Since February 2019 she is a member of Studio HANSLUCAS (French Collective of Independant photographers).
Award winning photographer in USA at FotoWeek DC competitions in 2012 and 2013.
Honorable mention at International Photography Awards in 2016 and 2019 for Portrait category People