Tiffany Brown Anderson
Tiffany Brown Anderson is based in northern Nevada, covering Reno / Tahoe as of June 2015. Originally from Lexington, Kentucky, Brown Anderson previously called Las Vegas home since 2006, after a decade in the Pacific Northwest.
Tiffany fulfills the needs of editorial, commercial and corporate clients with an eye for detail, a sense of humor and a style rooted in documentary photography. Much of her personal work focuses on the lives of women and regenerative farming.
When not on assignment, Tiffany is juggling mom life and growing specialty cut flowers, with her husband and three sons in Reno, Nevada.
Feed The Baby
Feed the Baby Project portrays a most basic act of motherhood - babies feeding at the
breast - in authentic settings from real mothers' lives. The project documents mothers
from diverse backgrounds nourishing their babies in predominantly public settings, to
help shift the cultural perception of breastfeeding from noteworthy to normal.
Feed the Baby Project is a long-term personal project by @tiffanybrownanderson. With
this project, Brown Anderson captures the physical and emotional bond that mothers and
their children experience while breastfeeding, and she includes herself and her family in
the collection. These photographs are a celebration of all mothers breastfeeding,
covered or uncovered, in public or private spaces.
The work is born out of an experience the photographer had while breastfeeding her
second son when he was only a few weeks old. The encounter inspired Brown Anderson
to want to create a more accepting and supportive culture for all mothers, no matter how
or where they choose to feed their baby. This is an issue of human rights, and a woman’s
Brown Anderson continues to seek moms that feed their babies in public spaces
throughout their unique daily lives, as well as moms that manage to fit breastfeeding in
against the odds of their own personal circumstances.