After years of practice in honing my photography skills, while capturing both life as is and inanimate yet interesting objects in India and abroad, I have decided to take a deep dive into my homeland India’s diverse culture. I am seeking to re-explore the Indian culture, traditions and rituals, particularly wedding, through a fresh, new perspective; one which focuses on vivid colors, rhythms of life, and intricate interactions between people. As a candid wedding photographer, I will work with you to convert moments of your special day into memories for life.
Accepting bookings now for 2017 weddings. Contact for more details.
The customized wooden wedding card was printed on laser cutter, by Nishant himself.
Agni ke Saat Phere (seven rounds along the fire) as per the religious traditions of an Indian wedding
The varmala’s – eternal part of any Indian wedding. These elegant white and red flowers varmala was made by Jennifer & Nishant’s close friend, Sweta.
Shoulder to shoulder – relaxing and sinking in the feeling of finally getting married.
Plethora of thoughts filling up his mind and pumping up the heart rate while he suits up for the ceremony to meet the love of his life as his bride.
The weather, the light and the place, everything was just perfect at the Wildflower Cabins to make Jennifer & Nishant’s destination wedding a beautiful memory for all the guests visiting from various part of US.