Anne-Sophie Rosenvinge is a multidisciplinary artist, photographer and visual communicator based in Copenhagen.


Working across a wide variety of media, Anne-Sophie has a diverse portfolio within photography, creative direction, graphic design and styling. The common denominator for all of these disciplines is visual storytelling.

Anne-Sophie’s commercial photography work spans across the fields of travel, interiors and lifestyle, creating authentic content with a high visual integrity.

She works with both small start-up businesses, that are looking to visually set the tone for their brand's profile, and with large scale companies, who want to have aesthetic content created to exhibit on their digital platforms.  

Anne-Sophie is the co-founder of AFTER NOON - an interdisciplinary design agency offering art direction and creative consulting. The studio specialises in developing polychromatic concepts that deliver a strong visual presence through the use of colours.

Since 2015, she has been co-hosting workshops with Marble Matter, a design studio dedicated to reviving half-forgotten craftsmanship of marbling and natural dye. These curated creative events are carefully composed to guide and inspire, and are both educational and personally fulfilling, providing insights into the craft and techniques of print making. Read more about the Marbling Workshops here and the Plant Print Workshops here.  

Photo by:  Christopher Mertz

+45 5038 3900
Copenhagen, Denmark

Instagram: @asrosenvinge
CVR: 36621230






Art direction
Creative consulting
Visual storytelling
Content creation for social media


New Works, Undervisningministeriet, Deloitte, DSB, Canon, Victorinox, NCC, VisitDenmark, Wonderful Copenhagen,, VisitSkåne, Mont Blanc, Vipp, Georg Jensen, ESPRIT, Eberhart Furniture, Klinker Outdoor, Sofacompany, Arne Aksel, Libratone, Marble Matter, Tiny Atlas Quarterly, Danske Landskabsarkitekter, RUBOW arkitekter, Bang & Linnet and more..



Scandinavia Standard - Ladies Who Launch


Northern Comfort by Gestalten - Read more
Rucksack Magazine Vol. 3 - Read more
Sindroms, The Yellow Issue - Read more