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Indian Wedding Photography in Muskoka, Canada


In 2011 I spent an exciting day with Shrey and Archana who flew into New York City for their engagement session with me. Together we had a great afternoon shooting in Brooklyn and Manhattan.

They must have been pleased with their photos—soon after we met in New York, Shrey phoned to ask if I’d fly to Canada to shoot their wedding. Shrey and Archana’s beautiful affair unfolded in Muskoka, a lake region north of Toronto at the stunning Taboo Resort in Canada this past summer. Over the course of two days I shot formal photos of the couple—making full use of the region’s gorgeous natural landscape—and their wonderful ceremony, bursting with the kind of rich colors and vibrant traditions that are so fundamental to Indian weddings.

After the ceremony Archana changed into another beautiful Indian dress and joined the party to dance into the late hours. This was truly one of the most warm and festive weddings I’ve had the pleasure of photographing. It was a great experience and I think we captured some timeless images.




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Liberty House Restaurant Wedding – The Indian wedding of Monica and Mahesh

Update: I’m excited to say that South Asian Bride Magazine featured this as one of their Real Weddings. Check it out HERE.

I love photographing Indian weddings and was super excited when I was hired to cover the beautiful wedding this past Labor Day of Monica and Mahesh. They got married at Liberty House Restaurant (just through the tunnel into New Jersey with a great view of downtown Manhattan) which provided the perfect backdrop for a warm, sun filled late summer wedding.

Mahesh took a ferry from Manhattan to the Liberty House and began the traditional Indian wedding processional before the ceremony. I love photographing Indian wedding ceremonies as they have such beautiful details and traditions..when Monica came down the aisle, looking just lovely,  you could just feel how excited everyone was for them.

They were surrounded by beautiful friends and relatives. Everyone was smiling, laughing, and having a good time. From the adorable children to the spirited dancing and speeches, to the intricate  details in the Indian clothing.. I think we caught some amazing wedding photographs through the day.

And check out this slideshow I just put together.

Enjoy the photos!