Confidence: It's likely to be this, but I can't be certain.
Notes: Sorry but I do not think this is A. haemorrhoa. Females have a rusty red thorax and tip to the abdomen, white hairs on the face and yellow rear tarsi while males share the yellow tarsi and have a golden brown thorax, facial hairs and tip to the abdomen. None of these factors I can see.
There are some ID factors missing so it may not be possible to take this to species, you cannot see the rear pollen baskets nor the colour of the undercarriage hairs. That said someone may be able to.