As a kid, Sally Mann was fascinated by the world around her.
“I always liked to do things in my bedroom that were outside, and I wanted to make them my own,” she said.
“And I had this idea of how the world could be.
So I just thought, well, maybe there’s a way to get into that world.”
So Mann went to the art school and studied painting, and by age 13 she had graduated from a photography school in New York City and was making her way as a freelance photographer in her home state of Vermont.
By the time Mann left high school in 1986 to pursue photography full-time, she was a bona fide superstar.
In fact, Mann’s first book was published in 1986, with an introduction by the late Michael Pollan, the author of The Omnivore’s Dilemma.
The book had sold more than 300,000 copies in the United States alone.
Mann’s work was lauded as a “fantastic book,” and the New York Times ran a feature on her work, calling her a “photographer of the future.”
By the 1990s, Mann was making a name for herself as one of the most successful photographers of her generation.
As a photographer, she had taken on projects that involved large-scale, expensive projects, like the cover of Time magazine and the cover image for Life magazine.
She also worked in the fashion industry, photographing celebrities and fashion designers like Karl Lagerfeld, Diane von Furstenberg and Heidi Klum, and featured on fashion covers for GQ, Harper’s Bazaar and Harper’s.
Her career continued to grow, however, and she was hired as the head of a photo department at a major fashion magazine in the early 2000s, and after six years she was promoted to a senior editor position.
She worked at that magazine for a decade, then moved to Los Angeles, where she began a new career as an artist and photographer.
She continued her work in the art world as a photographer and eventually founded her own studio, Mann & Associates, in 2009.
In 2013, she became a regular contributor to the magazine, and in that time she also published a book of her photographs, titled “The World of Sally Mann.”
She also began a project that she calls the “World of Sally” series, in which she shares her personal journey with the public.
In this series, she posts her photographs to Instagram and Facebook, and her photos and story are often accompanied by commentary.
“The world of Sally is my life,” Mann said in a statement to AP.
“It is a collection of memories that are all of me, and there are no boundaries.
I’m a photographer who loves the world, and it’s my job to make it that way.
It’s also a journey, a journey to make sense of a world that doesn’t quite exist.”
Read more about photography:The first image, the first photo, the very first photo: It was a photograph of a young girl, her face lit by the light from a large, bright-colored light bulb in a home in rural West Virginia.
It was the day Sally Mann came to her hometown in West Virginia, about 30 miles south of Charleston, and photographed the house where she had grown up, with her family and her dog.