Moments that are alive and left to their own magic. No prompting needed.

I’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.

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“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.” ~ Sophie + Chris  


Documentary Wedding Photography

What is documentary 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 with care and I make sure that they are as wonderful as they can be

Real smiles, real tears, real light. This is what to fill your wedding album with.


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