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Basking Ridge, NJ Sikh Wedding by Deep Sanan Photography


Richmond, VA Fusion Wedding by Arazo Studios


New York-based photojournalist, contemporary wedding photographer. Member of PPA, Maharani Platinum, NPS and Fearless Photographers. My name is Natasha, but you can call me Tashy!, I believe beautiful images can be captured anywhere, as long as a relationship is formed between the photographer and the client. I also believe that everyone in love deserves the opportunity to be able to look back with joy, the days when bones weren't as fragile and the sanctity of marriage was yet to be discovered. Like everyone else, I love pretty things. The jeweled bride, the flowered mandap, the 20-pound wedding gown and all that accompanies it. More importantly and perhaps, even more, I also love tear-ruined makeup, the bride who isn't fazed by her unkempt hair, the 8-year-old sister who is anointed maid-of-honor and all the big things that are remembered for years to come. I'm not afraid to jump in the middle of the dance floor just to get that one shot and look for the unseen emotions that generally go unnoticed. All my packages include a custom-built, Italian leather-bound album along with a complimentary Engagement Session which I always thoroughly enjoy and guarantee you will too!








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Queens, NY Indo-Caribbean Wedding by NY PhotoVideo

Aminta and Rohan met through their local temple when they were children. As years went by, Aminta noticed that Rohan was becoming more profound, philosophical, and, handsome. Likewise, Rohan was struck by Aminta’s lovely singing voice, curls, and intellect. As they got to know each other, they realized they shared the same birthday of Novembe...


Queens, NY Indian Fusion Wedding by Nidji Photography

We love all the grand details of Maharani Aminta and Rohan’s wedding details and now we conclude the series of celebrations self planned by the bride for the reception party. The magic hasn’t ended yet and we are at Leonard’s Palazzo where the couple recall being amazed at the venue and deciding on the spacious quarters to house t...


Queens, NY Indian Fusion Wedding by Nidji Photography

When Maharani Aminta and Rohan decided to tie the knot, they wanted to think outside of the box for the wedding venue. Though both are Guyanese Hindus, the couple chose to get married at Jamaica Performing Arts Center, a theater housed in a landmark 1858 First Reformed Dutch Church. On the morning of her big day, the bride was dolled up by Heena Da...


Queens, NY Indian Fusion Wedding by Nidji Photography

Aminta and Rohan’s love journey began in 2009 when Rohan decided hand design a birthday card for his future wife. Interestingly, the couple shared the same birthday and lit the relationship fire by getting married on the same date of their wedding six years later. There are just so many thrilling details in today’s Indian fusion wedding...



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