I am an Indian wedding photographer in London that strives to push the boundaries on my creative approach. Discreetly documenting the joining of two families is very important to me. I want you to relive your occasion through my vision and to witness the unseen parts of your day.
My style has been described as colourful, imaginative and distinctive, yet I am a firm believer that the images that I produce should tell a story within each documented moment.
My attitude is fearless, but my behaviour is respectful and well-mannered. However, I understand the importance of shouldering the responsibility of documenting the most important day of your lives. Continually anticipating those fleeting moments, I appreciate how essential it is to fit in with the crowd.
Simply put, I understand what it takes to make your day as successful and enjoyable as possible.
I possess the ability to think on my feet in a creative way. I am also hugely experienced at working under tight timelines to bring out the best in any given situation. These are some of the key characteristics that defines me as someone who not only loves photography, but also the union of two people in love.
Having a clear understanding that each wedding event is different helps ensure that my work stays creative and current. Similarly, my desire to capture the truth is what also remains consistent at these very different occasions.
So, what is it like working alongside me as an Indian wedding photographer? How can I contribute to one of the most important milestones in your life? Sabitha and Chirag, who chose me as their wedding photographer, share their experiences with you in this short video.
I was interviewed by India's Classic Imaging magazine (2019 - Wedding Special) as part of India's largest imaging show that concluded in Delhi in January 2019. I talk about a range of topics including my style of shooting, destination weddings and workflow. Do browse through the pages on the link below to gain a greater insight into my approach when it comes to photographing an Indian wedding celebration.