Fanny Beckman is a photographer who uses art to raise awareness of social injustice. She was four years old when she got her first camera and ever since, photography has been an important part of her life. She studied Fine Art Photography at Gamleby School of Photography in Sweden. It was during this time she realised how she could combine art and feminism.
Since 2016, she has freelanced as a photographer, public speaker and writer and has collaborated with various feminist organisations. She has had numerous exhibitions highlighting subjects as domestic abuse and mental health. For example, she exhibited in the Swedish Parliament in November 2017, at Gallery Foto Nostrum in Barcelona in October 2019 as one of the winners of the Julia Margaret Cameron Award and at Deptford Does Art in May 2021.