About me


I’m Annie, a wedding photographer based in Edinburgh, offering relaxed, creative, fun documentary photography across Scotland, the UK, Europe and beyond.


A few quick facts about me to prove I’m not a robot…!

I live in Edinburgh with my husband Dan and our two British Blue cats, Sami and Fred.

I love to travel – aiming for 50 countries by age 50!

I’m partial to an Adnam’s Mosaic ale or a Brockman’s gin. Hic.

My favourite books are A Fine Balance by Rohinton Mistry, Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts, and Birds Without Wings by Louis De Bernières.

The Scottish side of my family is from the Graham of Montrose clan.

I have waaay too many pairs of shoes (as yet unworn) and books (as yet unread).

I prefer rugby over football, and deciding who to support in England v Scotland matches is always a dilemma.

I love Humans of New York and all the spin-offs. It’s all about the people :)

The majority of my cameras are plastic toy or vintage film ones and I love them all.

I’ve dabbled in cameras and photography for years and years – I still have my Dad’s Olympus OM-10 35mm film camera and spent hours in the darkrooms at college (ah, the heady days of no internet…!). But, it wasn’t until I hit the age when everyone around me seemed to start getting married and having kids that I launched Annie Lovett Photography.

People, their stories, colours, emotion, characters and light all spark my interest and, luckily for me, weddings bring all of these together. Being a part of all the excitement, emotional and fun moments, and seeing generations of family and friends together at weddings is really special.

It’s true when I say this really doesn’t feel like work.

If you’re interested in booking or working with me, get in touch and let’s chat!