Category archives: Personal

I ABSOLUTELY CAN'T BELIEVE THIS HAPPENED WHAT AN INCREDIBLE START TO 2016 Yesterday the WPJA released their Q3 competition for 2015 from which it was the first time I've ever entered a competition. The Wedding Photojournalist Association (WPJA) is a professional organisation co
  2014 has been very important to me; I’ve grown with my photography and my business. I’ve met the most incredible couples from which I’m so happy to be a part of their story. All I can say is a big thank you to all the couples that have trusted within my vision and cr
One quote I always believe in is that we are “Forever Students”. That quote inspired me to take this spontaneous trip to Amsterdam to pursue my street photography. One task on my life long bucket list is to document each city I travel to and hopefully get my work publishe
On my grandmother's 70th birthday, she always said " If I live upto 75, I want to have a Sai Bhajan with all the family". Fast forward 5 years and I am so blessed to document this spiritual and religious day for her and my entire family. I decided to put this set up fir
  Normally I would be posting wedding related images on my blog but I couldn’t resist posting these images. I was kindly asked to document my aunt Kala’s surprise birthday party. As she lives in Australia and I live in London, it’s a rarity that we get to see each
Moment Junkie is a blog devoted to showcasing the best in contemporary wedding photojournalism with its curator non other than Ryan Brenizer, one of the world’s most acclaimed wedding photographers. I’m so ecstatic to have one of my images showcased on this prestigious blog,
366 days ago I felt deflated....I felt that I failed in my photography , wasn’t good enough to continue, and  that my vision and creativity didn’t conform to what was required in the wedding photography market; this was the day before my birthday, going through all these mixe
If you told me this time 18 months ago that I would start a new venture to become a documentary wedding photographer, I would of probably laughed as my goals and aspirations were totally different then. Back then I wanted to enter the world of digital marketing in the trendy cit