Digital producer for Across Women's Lives
Anne is a photojournalist and filmmaker in charge of visual storytelling for Across Women's Lives. She commissions, edits and produces video, images, graphics and data for PRI's special coverage of gender equity and the role of women in society.
Formerly, Anne taught multimedia storytelling at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies and has taught at the Rocky Mountain School of Photography, the University of Montana School of Journalism and the Freedom Forum Diversity Institute. She has also trained citizen journalists from the Democractic Republic of Congo, Tunisia and Libya.
Anne focuses her own documentary work on international and domestic human rights issues. Her stories have appeared on PRI's The World, GlobalPost, Reuters, News Photographer and PBS MediaShift among others.
Gold mining is a key source of income in Mongolia, but it can often be a dirty business. An effort by small, independent miners to switch to a non-toxic processing method is improving the outlook for their health and the local environment.
Climate change is forcing many of Mongolia's nomadic herders to abandon their traditional lifestyle and move to Ulaanbaatar. That's making a big smog problem in the city even worse.
Nepal's long-distance trail runner Mira Rai was once a child soldier. Now she's showing Nepali girls that they can be athletes.
Months of protest in North Dakota came to a head over the weekend — and not at all in the way people were expecting. But they're beyond thrilled with the decision.
Brazilian sailor Isabel Swan just found out she's a torch bearer for the Olympics in Rio this summer. She's also been heading up efforts to clean up Guanabara Bay's polluted waters ahead of the Games.
Twenty years ago, videographer Anne Bailey traveled to Sweden to become a Lindy Hop star. She didn't make it — but recently she got to get her hop on with Rio's Lindy Hoppers.
Last week, Across Women's Lives photographer Anne Bailey spent time at a rehabilitation clinic in Recife, Brazil, for babies with microcephaly. She took portraits of a few of them with their parents.
Germana Soares' three-month-old son Guilherme has microcephaly. But she's determined to give him a normal life.
Kenyan scientist Joseph Lentunyoi explains how the daily manure output of just one cow can be converted into hours of cooking gas.
This year we talked about how women around the world are fighting for access to reproductive and civil rights, education and economic power. Here are a few women (or groups of women) who really motivated us.