Brandwold Creative AB-- Terese Brandwold _ Italy Tuscany-86
        Brandwold Creative AB-- Terese Brandwold _ Italy Tuscany-52

        People. Portraits.
        That's my passion in photography.

        Terese Brandwold is a wedding photographer based in Stockholm, Sweden, established in 2008 and specialized in portrait and film photography. Certified by the Federation of European Photographers, nominated for Europe’s Best Wedding Photographer in 2017, award winning in the Swedish championship in portrait photography and has been published on several international wedding and lifestyle blogs.

        Welcome, I’m a Stockholm based wedding photographer that specializes in film and portrait photography. Offering wedding photography, engagement, boudoir and family sessions and available for world wide destination weddings. I would describe my style as clean, timeless and relaxed. Not everyone feels photogenic, but I can take pictures that would fool anyone (including you!). In addition to my technical knowledge and experience, I take great pride in my people skills; making sure everyone feels as comfortable in front of the lens as I do behind it. This trust and level of comfort is something I value dearly and my clients often tell me how at ease I make them feel. I’m devoted to my art, but I value your experience above all.

        Being a wedding photographer is a great privilege that I take very seriously and wholeheartedly, in order to help you preserve some of the most precious memories of this special day with you, your friends and family. To unfold the story of your wedding day is what excites me, and I believe that a few images from selected parts of the day can never give a fair image of such an important and unique occasion like a wedding. I don’t want that neither I nor my clients should have to count the hours, in practice this means that I offer one package – “unlimited hours” – and reserve the whole day for you. Usually the day begins in the morning with the preparations and ends when Uncle Bob hits the dance floor.


        Did you know that humans remember in images – not words? Memories can be awoken from what you hear, smell or feel – but the memory itself takes shape as vivid imagery. A mental photography, you could say. I believe in the communicative force within a photograph and the importance of capturing valuable moments.