I’ve known Koby a long time, pretty much from the start of my career as a wedding photographer, Koby being an entrepreneur saw a gap in the market and created Tamilhinduweddings.com, obviously I reached out as did many vendors did to be a part of this organisation however the relationship we had wasn’t transactional, if anything we became really good friends discussing future projects and building more opportunities for ourselves.

Speaking of future projects for Koby, he called me one afternoon to enquire about wedding photography for himself. In shock I was honoured and we pencilled in a meeting from which I met Tharshana. Both of them completely loved the aspect of “Honest Storytelling Images” and wanted their wedding to be as authentic and traditional as possible.

I was even more excited as they had a very traditional Tamil Hindu Wedding outdoors at The Conservatory at Painshill, located in Painshill Park Trust, a national park with stunning 18th century landscape gardening.

Needless to say with all my couples, so much character and emotions were apparent during the ceremony, from laughter during the ring games to tears of gratitude to their parents at the end of their ceremony. This is what makes a great wedding; being honest and open with each other and embracing the moment.

I absolutely loved documenting their wedding at Painshill Park and I can’t wait to return to this wedding to document another couple’s wedding journey.