Natural wedding photos that tell the story of your day

Small pictures on Front pageI’m Annelie and I am a London-based documentary wedding photographer. That means I don’t stage anything during your day.  I observe rather than direct.  I won’t ask you to look at me when you walk down the aisle, or repeat anything just for the camera. I want you to enjoy your day just as it happens, rather than worry about the photographs. And I will be there to spot and catch all those beautiful natural moments on camera. And often you won’t even notice me doing it.
Have a look around –  enjoy the pictures and get in touch to find out whether I’m available to photograph your big day.

“We love your photos…They capture the day perfectly and remind me of so many moments throughout it. Thank you for being a wonderful photographer and a real joy to have around on the day also.”
Helen + Paul

“Thank you so much for the AMAZING photos. We are thrilled with them. A huge thank you from us for all you did on our wedding day. We loved having you there.”
Sohie + Chris

Documentary Wedding Photography | Reportage Wedding Photography

What is documentary or reportage wedding photography?

For me, documentary wedding photography is all about capturing something real.  I photograph genuine emotions and moments that will bring back the memories in years to come.

You can find out more about the way I work in the Info section, but here is a heads-up:

  • I won’t ask you to repeat anything for the camera
  • I won’t interrupt a good conversation and ask you to look at me
  • I don’t take you away for long periods from your guests to take formal photographs
  • I know you love your friends and families so I will take lots of pictures of them, as well as of the two of you
  • I have a very gentle approach to processing photographs – I love the natural and timeless look
  • I care about your wedding photographs as much as you do – I keep them safe, I process each picture individually and I make sure that they are as wonderful as they can be

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