Imogen Cunningham (April 12, 1883 - June 24, 1976) was one of the best-known American female photographers.
She began taking pictures in 1901 after studying photographic chemistry at the University of Washington in Seattle.. After study abroad, she opened a studio in Seattle in 1910. She was best known for her frank portraits of famous personalities, close-ups of flowers, and nudes. In the late 1920s she began her celebrated series of plant photographs.
Cunningham was one of the original members of the Group f/64.