Hey, I'm Anna

I’m a wedding photographer based in the wild American Southwest. The ability to tell love stories through images first drew me to photography 5 years ago, and it’s still what continues to inspire my work today.

My photography style is documentary and intimate. My love for travel and adventure has taken me all around the world documenting the stuff that truly matters – genuine connections and feelings.

As a photographer, I’ve found that capturing real emotion is what makes my heart the happiest. When I’m not out taking pictures or editing, you can usually find me hiking with my dogs Nico and Nala. I love sushi and ice cream, the world’s ever changing landscapes, and hearing other people’s stories. I'm inspired by all things natural, organic, and of the Earth. Most importantly, I'm deeply grateful for every day I spend doing what I love most; telling stories of life's beautiful moments through photographs.

Recent Locations

Rome, Italy
Aspen, CO
Big Sur, CA
Los Angeles, CA
San Francisco, CA


Anna Blige
Las Vegas, NV
wedding photographer based in the American Southwest

Frequntly Asked Questions



Where are you based? Do you travel?

I'm based in the beautiful desert of the American Southwest. Travel is one of the things that inspires me the most creatively, and I’m always planning my next adventure. Please contact me for details - no location is off my grid.


What is it like to work with you?

I love creating genuine images and capturing the tiny, real moments that mean so much. I want photography to be more than something on your checklist for your wedding. To get those authentic, emotional images, I take the time to get to know you and your partner, and give you the time to grow comfortable in front of the camera. I want you guys to shine by being yourselves!


How long have you been shooting?

I first picked up a camera when I was 15 years old. I studied art and architecture in college, and my love for photography was strengthened through my art classes and incredible professors.


What if we feel awkward in front of the camera?

That's cool. At first, most of my couples say they feel awkward having pictures taken of them. I’ll give you plenty of direction when you need it, and photograph how you naturally respond, the in-between moments, and the beautiful, genuine “outtakes”. But, you’ve gotta be okay with me getting all those messy moments - the ones that are more meaningful than a staged photo ever could be.


Sounds great, what's next?

Shoot me an email, and let's do this thing! I promise I'm a great third wheel.