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Mandy Brander

About Me

My first wedding, I still remember how I felt. Back then in 2012, I was mainly working as a business and wedding photographer. The work was nice and I made good photographs, but there on that wedding… I experienced some sort of pull. And now, after over a hundred weddings, I still feel it: the wedding euphoria.

I love the spontaneity and bliss, the dress and the little details which each tell a story. To capture a wedding the way it truly was — that’s the challenge I set myself. My gift to the people who let me be this close on their special day.

I love to travel. Not just as a holiday, but as a way to photograph in different places. A Tibetan wedding in Nepal, a fashion shoot on a Portuguese beach or a motorcycle trip from the Netherlands to Mongolia. I photograph a wedding the same way I travel the world with my partner, Pieter: I want to see everything without disturbing anything. I let myself be surprised by funny details and touching moments.

Wedding photography is full of cliches, and they’re all true. Fortunately, because this means I still walk around the wedding dress with a big grin behind my camera. Shedding a tear from time to time. Yes, photographing a wedding is more than a mere job to me. I can unleash all my creativity in it. I know how important the photographs will be after the big day is over. For you, for your guests, for the future.

Vincent & Karin

"Mandy is a wonderful photographer. She made gorgeous photographs for us. She has an eye for spotting the right moments and knowing who’s with who. This shows in the album. The photos are of very high quality and have beautiful depth. Her editing is natural, which we prefer. Reality, but reality at its best. She’s practically invisible on the day itself. You hardly notice she’s there, allowing her to capture spontaneous moments. I’d recommend her to anyone."