about me


Photography is my dream job. When I first picked up a camera in high school, I never in my wildest dreams ever thought that it would lead me here.


I serve couples who are looking for a mix of traditional photos that grandma would love to hang on her wall, and that sweet spot of documentary and candid lifestyle photography. I photograph couples through their engagement and wedding planning process to the big celebration, and the families that come from their very special love. I am so lucky to be able to capture these moments for them, and also give them the gift of printed photos after their session! I always want my clients to enjoy their photos in their everyday life — and not just let them collect dust on a flash drive in a drawer somewhere.


People often refer to me as being the girl who self-proclaimed she had a camera permanently attached to her hand when she was sixteen. I guess it kinda stuck! In high school, I did a 365 day self-portrait challenge where I got in front of my camera every single day for a year. It sparked my love for my craft, and I always try to make the time for some Self-Portrait Therapy to keep my creative gears running. Otherwise, I'm just your friendly neighborhood wedding photog!

The things I am most passionate about in life are: chasing the sun with my camera in tow, my morning coffee, and noticing the beauty that often hides in everyday life.

I can't wait to meet you and help you capture your very special love story!

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a few fun facts...

  • I'm left handed

  • Sunflowers and daisies are my favorite flower

  • I can say the alphabet backwards

  • Instagram is the most used app on my phone

  • Caramel Macchiato is my usual Starbucks order

  • I shoot with a Canon 6D Mark II

  • Self-Portraits will always have a piece of my heart

  • I'm an INFJ on the Meyer's Briggs, and an enneagram 5

  • Peanut butter M&Ms are my favorite candy

  • I can watch Grey's Anatomy on a loop forever

a few more places to find me...



instagram is kinda my thing

© Anna Gutermuth, 2020