My work has been featured in Vogue UK (Dream Wedding Ensemble, Oct 2013), Grazia India (Wedding Wizards, Nov 2013), Elle India (Nov 2013), Conde Nast Traveler (2012), and on the cover of Asian Photography, Nov 2013.
I also lead Stories - a team of photographers and film makers trained by me to create moving stories of love. We are a collective of individuals who live and breathe visual art and weddings. We specialize in capturing South Asian weddings in the most aesthetic way possible and we travel the world doing this.
We specialize in The Great Indian wedding and have captured moments in Greece, Italy, Austria, Mauritius, USA, Thailand, Indonesia, Australia, UAE, Sri Lanka, Nepal and of course, all over India! With over 220 weddings in 4 years, we are one of the most experienced photography and cinematography collectives in the world. We've been part of events with as few as 7 guests and celebrations with over 150,000 guests (no typo there!). And we absolutely *love* our job! :)
I am always traveling with about 90 days spent in Mumbai, India. Yes, I charge travel/stay additional to my photography fees.
I have been in the business for six years now, and have photographed more than 200 weddings as the main photographer.
Two things define wedding photography to me: real moments and timeless portraits. My aim at every wedding is to capture as many real moments as possible in the most aesthetic frames and to make portraits that stand the test of time.
Yes, we do have a studio in the heart of Mumbai. I can and do use Skype to discuss details with my clients.
I have been awarded 1st Place in the "People/Weddings" Category at the International Photo Awards, 2015 (NYC). I am also the Sony Alpha mentor for India, and a Carl Zeiss camera lens ambassador. Apart from this, I've been twice nominated as one of the top ten most influential photographers in Asia by Asian Photography magazine.