Born and raised in France, Anouk Masson Krantz moved to the United States in the late 1990s. Living in New York, she completed her high school at the Lycee Francais and earned her bachelor's degree while working for a lifestyle magazine. Following college she worked at Cartier's corporate office in New York that oversees the Americas. Anouk later studied at the International Center of Photography and has developed several notable bodies of work, including Wild Horses of Cumberland Island.
Her work has appeared in prominent galleries and earned accolades from the International Photography Awards and International Monochrome Awards. Her first book Wild Horses of Cumberland Island released in November 2017 became an immediate best seller among the photography genre. The book and her art have been praised by International publications such asVanity Fair, Town & Country, Harper’s Bazaar, Daily Mail UK and Garden & Gun among many others.