In 2014, Bermudian photographer Meredith Andrews travelled throughout Sweden photographing women with that country's most popular name: Anna Andersson. Armed with a camera, Andrews sought to answer the conundrum what, if anything, these women had in common apart from their name. The answer was far from simple and revealed a surprising amount of diversity in what is usually perceived to be a very homogenous society.
In the end, the project was catalogued in book form featuring 50 intimate portraits of women and their personal stories. Who is Anna Andersson? is available here.
|Images | Meredith Andrews|