It’s the big things and the little things. Sometimes it’s the light in your eyes. Sometimes it’s the sun shining through the leaves. It’s always about the two of you. My aim is to produce honest, evocative images that will mean as much to you on your 50th anniversary as they do today. To achieve this I shoot on film. It lets me create the pictures I see in my head, with a most flattering and exquisite look and most importantly, it’s made to last … More
There are no ordinary moments. From the way that quiet smile reaches your eyes when you look up at him to the way he puts his arm around you and squeezes to let you know he’s there – these are the seconds of every day that move us. These are the moments worth remembering. As Joan Miró said, “You can look at a picture for a week and never think of it again. You can also look at a picture for a second and think of it all your life.” … More
Hot sand beneath your bare feet, a lazy nap in the shade of spiky palm trees – travelling feeds your soul and makes you happier than the Muppets. I have been booked to photograph weddings and honeymoon sessions worldwide, last year alone I have been to Austria, Germany, France, Italy, Scotland, Ireland, Singapore, Malaysia, Bali and Portland, Oregon. My experience means that I can help you to make this as easy as possible … More
Hello, I am Ann and I’m a film wedding photographer. Originally I am from Germany but I’ve been calling England my home for a while now. Fifteen years ago I started out as a film editor working in advertising, music videos and TV shows. Those years taught me all about visual storytelling, the importance of continuity and choosing the right shot for the right moment. I’m still telling stories today – but of two people, and in one single frame.
You want to remember more than just how it looked – you also want to remember how it felt. Our memories are some of the most precious things we have. It’s the big things and the little things. Sometimes it’s the light in your eyes. Sometimes it’s the sun shining through the leaves. It’s always about the two of you.
When I look at great film photographs from 40 years ago, they seem rich, inviting and above all, timeless to me. That is exactly how I want you to feel about your wedding photographs when you look back at them. Film lets me create the images I see in my head, made to last.