Kieran Scott is an Auckland New Zealand - based photographer whose editorial and commercial work has appeared in hundreds of magazines, books, Ad Campaigns and Design clients for the last 25 years.
Ruth Hobday and Geoff Blackwell are the creative team behind such bestselling projects as Nelson Mandela's Conversations with Myself. Worldwide travelers, they are based in New Zealand.
Sharon Gelman is an award-winning human rights activist, writer, and media producer, who lives in Washington, D.C.
Marianne Lassandro, based in France, has edited bestselling photography books, including works by Avedon and Annie Leibovitz.
"This meticulously curated book is filled with interviews from
women who've made their mark on the world in some way and asks them
five crucial questions about happiness, sorrow and meaning.
Quizzing the likes of Gillian Anderson, Supreme Court Justice Ruth
Bader Ginsberg, Whoopi Goldberg, Jane Goodall, Winnie
Madikizela-Mandela and Roxane Gay (just to name a few), it's an
inspiring book that'll change the way you see the world. Plus, the
best part is that a fraction of the proceeds go towards
organisations that empower women around the world." --Marie
"Eminently Instagrammable, this book features women you might recognise - Margaret Atwood, Bobbi Brown - plus some you might not, but should." Red Magazine "captures different female perspectives and proves that female beauty comes in many, many different forms." Elle
"The coffee table book that will change your life. [...] Surprising, relatable and warmly funny, it's a book that deserves a place at the centre of your very finest table." --Stylist Magazine
"WHAT WOMEN WANT. From Pussy Riot's Nadya Tolokonnikova to sexual-abuse activist Ashley Judd and athlete Caster Semenya, 200 Women is a portfolio of interviews and photographs of influential women. For their book, Geoff Blackwell and Ruth Hobday asked each subject the same questions to create this vivid portrait of lives around the world." --The Observer Magazine
"Wisdom from inspirational women including Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Margaret Atwood and Gillian Anderson." Harper's Bazaar "A collection of interviews and photographs with women from different backgrounds, answering the same big questions about life. This lavish coffee-table book is both beautiful and inspiring." Best Magazine