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Ann Ray (Anne Deniau) was born on 1969 in Brest, France, is a Photographer. Discover Ann Ray's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 51 years old?

Popular As Anne Deniau
Occupation Photographer
Age 52 years old
Zodiac Sign N/A
Birthplace Brest, France
Nationality French

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One of her portraits was used by Michael Nyman for his CD The Piano sings (II) in 2013.


In 2010 and 2011, she produced and directed a film with Stéphane Bullion, for which the music was written by Michael Nyman. The film was part of the project "24 Hours in the Life of a Man".


Ann Ray has published several photographic books: Nicolas Le Riche (2008), Mira Me (2009), 24 hours in a Man's Life (2011), Love Looks Not With the Eyes (2012)—13 years of work with Lee Alexander McQueen, and Les Inachevés (2018).


In 2007, she directed a film about "Rare Differences", created by Marie-Agnès Gillot, the Paris Opera's star dancer. The film included dancers Julie Guibert and Marjorie Hannoteaux. The same year, she directed a film about Les âmes frères by Julien Lestel at Espace Cardin.


For more than ten years, she has collaborated with different artists and with other institutions, including the Metropolitan Opera of New York since 2006 (for which she worked on the poster for The Tempest and in 2014 Le nozze di Figaro and Cavalliera Rusticana / Pagliacci ), the Munich Opera and the Salle Pleyel in Paris.

In 2006, Ray directed a film about Caligula, by Nicolas Le Riche for the Paris Opera. Also in 2006, she directed a film about Amoveo, by Benjamin Millepied, the New York City Ballet's star dancer.


In 2003 Ray began working for the Paris Opera, producing posters, rehearsal photos, portraits, for the programmes and the magazine of the Paris Opera, entitled "Line 8" and then "On stage". She created a series of portraits of the Paris Opera Dancers for an exhibition at the Palais Garnier : Double Jeu, exhibited from 2006 to 2008, then revised and expanded from 2009 to 2012.


During her London years, she forged an unbreakable relationship with Lee Alexander McQueen. This was the start of an intense friendship and artistic collaboration that was as prolific as it was unique. He gave her carte blanche on the basis of a simple agreement between friends. From 1997 until the designer's death in 2010, Ann Ray's caring gaze captured the spirit of the man and the essence of his work, in many intimate situations: portrait sessions, at work in the studio, during performances – images of truth that reveal McQueen's creativity. .


Anne Deniau, known as Ann Ray, (born 1969) is a French visual artist.

Ray was born in Brest, France, in 1969. She is self-taught in photography except for alternative processes which she studied during her studies at Central Saint Martins in London. In the 1990s, she decided to follow a career as a photographer and artist. In 1995 she moved to Tokyo and in 1996 she started her photographic career.