Documentary wedding photographer Sebastian Remme

ABOUT ME

Hello! My name is Sebastian Remme and I am based in New Cross, London, UK. Being a wedding photographer is a great privilege and gives me enormous joy. It allows me to contribute to the one day that you, your family and your friends will never forget. After years of working as photojournalist, I have a knack for blending into the crowd whilst I am shooting. The result are wonderful and natural images that will be with you for a lifetime.

I first took an interest in photography as a teenager, when my parents gave me a 35mm camera to document a family holiday. Ever since that day, I’ve not stopped taking photos. Years later, and with a degree in contemporary photography, I am able to travel around the world, photographing extraordinary people in amazing places. My work has featured in The Guardian, The Times and in many other national publications.

As my main profession, I use my skills, experience and creativity to photograph the bride and groom’s big day. I always ensure that I get the very best pictures. Each wedding is of course unique and one of the most memorable events in the wedding couple’s life. I therefore make it a priority not to be intrusive during the wedding, as this amazing occasion can sometimes be a little overwhelming.

For me, one of the best parts of working as a documentary wedding photographer is the delivery of the photographs. I always create wonderful photographic memories of this unique day and I take great pleasure in seeing individuals get excited and when they first see the results.

If you’re looking for a documentary wedding style photographer, I would love to hear from you. Please get in touch here.

Documentary wedding photographer Sebastian Remme

ABOUT ME

Hello! My name is Sebastian Remme and I am based in New Cross, London, UK. Being a wedding photographer is a great privilege and gives me enormous joy. It allows me to contribute to the one day that you, your family and your friends will never forget. After years of working as photojournalist, I have a knack for blending into the crowd whilst I am shooting. The result are wonderful and natural images that will be with you for a lifetime.

I first took an interest in photography as a teenager, when my parents gave me a 35mm camera to document a family holiday. Ever since that day, I’ve not stopped taking photos. Years later, and with a degree in contemporary photography, I am able to travel around the world, photographing extraordinary people in amazing places. My work has featured in The Guardian, The Times and in many other national publications.

As my main profession, I use my skills, experience and creativity to photograph the bride and groom’s big day. I always ensure that I get the very best pictures. Each wedding is of course unique and one of the most memorable events in the wedding couple’s life. I therefore make it a priority not to be intrusive during the wedding, as this amazing occasion can sometimes be a little overwhelming.

For me, one of the best parts of working as a documentary wedding photographer is the delivery of the photographs. I always create wonderful photographic memories of this unique day and I take great pleasure in seeing individuals get excited and when they first see the results.

If you’re looking for a documentary style wedding photographer, I would love to hear from you. Please get in touch here.