You can’t travel BACK in time…

your wedding photos are the next best thing.

That pinch-me moment before you walk down the aisle. Your grandma, planting a kiss on your forehead. The pure, unbridled joy on your faces as you turn to face your guests for the first time as a married couple.

These moments may be fleeting, but they’ll live on forever in your photos.

Your wedding day will pass in a blur, and try as you might, you can’t be in two (or three, or four) places at once. My role is to capture everything: the unscripted moments between the two of you, the tiny details you obsessed over, and the incredible experience you created for your loved ones.

Think of me as a guest…

who happens to have a camera

"We had a perfect experience with Annaleisa from start to finish!"

"Not only is she incredibly talented, she is also a total pro and makes you feel like you've known her forever! She did both our engagement photos and wedding photos, and although neither of us actually enjoy having our photos taken, she made it painless and fun! We cannot recommend her enough!"

- Amy & Jon

It’s easy to show up as your ‘picture self,’ but I’m going to crack that shell and get through to the real you underneath. If and when it’s necessary, I’ll guide you into the best light and get you to relax—no stiff poses, just a few open-ended prompts.

And when it’s not, I’ll melt into the background and document what’s unfolding naturally in front of me. Chances are, you’ll forget I’m even there after 5 minutes—except if I have to retuck a flyaway piece of hair or scoot a stray beer bottle out of the frame.

Equal parts ARTIST, stage mom, and DOCUMENTARIAN

the client experience

the client experience

the client experience

You and your wedding photographer should be ALIGNED on what I call the BIG 4:



In a decade, you should adore your photos as much as you do the day I deliver your sneak peek. Rather than lean into trends, I’ve adopted what I call a nostalgic, true-to-film approach—think milky blues, lush greens, and an affinity for light.



A little bit documentary, a little bit editorial. When the moment’s right, I disappear into the background and click away. When it’s time for portraits, yes, I’ll switch to editorial mode and give plenty ofsome guidance on posing. But I’ll also make sure you’re having fun—and drop a bad pun or two to lighten the mood.



After 10 years, I can say with confidence that the best photos come when you feel comfortable. Before you commit to me as a photographer, we’ll get to know each other. By the time your wedding comes around, I want you to feel like I’m an old friend.



I do what I say I will, when I say I will. And when you have me as your photographer, you have me for the duration—call me if you want advice on what veil’s going to look the best in pictures or how to squeeze in a first look on a tight timeline.

If you're wondering...

Absolutely. If you feel like we’re a match, tell me where you’re tying the knot and I’ll pack my bags.

P.S. I have a soft spot for Palm Springs, where I work often, so if you’re drawn to swaying palms, mid-century modern architecture, and high desert, we should definitely talk.

do you travel for weddings?

While we don’t come as a package deal (at work, that is), my husband Chris is a wedding videographer with a moody, documentary-style approach. Our aesthetics might be different, but we take the same angle when it comes to making you feel relaxed and natural in front of the camera.

Do you still offer videography?

Unless you’re, say, Bella Hadid, you probably don’t spend that much time in front of a camera. (And even though I’m a photographer, I still got the jitters being in front of the camera on my wedding day). Luckily, I’ve got plenty of tricks up my sleeve to help you relax, focus on each other, and show off your best self. If all else fails, expect a bad pun to lighten the mood.

What if we’re sort of awkward in photos?

Right now, I’m booking weddings about 12-18 months in the future, so reach out as soon as you know your date. Elopements and engagements require less runway—typically 3-9 months.

How far in advance do you book out?

You’ll receive high-resolution images in a digital gallery so you and your loved ones can easily download and share. I deliver about 75% of your photos in full color, with a few hand-picked shots edited in black and white. If there’s a particular moment you want in B&W, let me know and I’m happy to do that for you.

What sort of images do I receive?

Think we’re a PERFECT MATCH?

Let me take you behind the scenes of my process and 
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Annaleisa Veasey is an inclusive wedding photographer based near Denver, CO with a deeply personal approach and a dreamy, film-inspired style.