Based in Sweden, shooting worldwide!



Welcome to Kerrou Photography, where we specialize in creating beautiful memories that will last a lifetime. My name is Karim Kerrou, and I am a contemporary family and wedding photographer and videographer based in the stunning town of Uppsala, located just half an hour away from Arlanda, Stockholm.

My passion is capturing the love, laughter, and emotions that make your special day unforgettable. As your wedding photographer, I strive to tell your unique story in a way that reflects your personality and style. From the preparation to the ceremony and reception, I will be there to document every special moment, so that you can relive your wedding day for years to come.

I also specialize in family photography, and my mission is to genuinely document your memories. I understand that family is the most important thing in life, and I want to help you capture those precious moments that you will cherish forever. Whether it’s a family portrait session or a special milestone, I will work with you to create a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere where your personalities can shine.


At Kerrou Photography, I use both still photography and videography to capture your memories. My wedding videos are crafted with care and attention to detail, and will be a beautiful keepsake to remember your special day. You can find examples of my work on my website under the links in the menu, labeled Weddings and Videos.

Whether you’re planning a wedding in Uppsala, Stockholm, or beyond, I am committed to providing you with the highest quality photographs and videos that you’ll cherish for years to come. I understand the importance of capturing the essence of your wedding day, and I work closely with my clients to ensure that every precious moment is documented.

I offer packages that include photography, videography, or both. Would you like photographs of your special day while also recording the entire ceremony on video? The choice is yours! Please reach out to me so we can work together to personalize your package.