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First, happy new year to everyone! This is my first post this year. I know I have been MIA but I have a good excuse :). My wife and i had a baby a few weeks ago so it’s been quite hectic. We are getting a hang of the change so things are getting back to normal. Now that has been said let me introduce you to a very lovely couple Liz & Nosaa!

I’ve known Liz for some time now and when she asked me to take her engagement/wedding pictures i was pretty excited. I met Nosaa for the first time during the engagement shoot and immediately knew they were meant for each other. Looking at both of them interact I literally felt they just fell in love that same day. They are a fun and loving couple. I wish you guys they very best in your marriage. Liz and Nosaa tied the knot on Dec 12th and the wedding was really fun. I will be posting some wedding pics soon so stay tuned! Below are a few of my fav pics from the engagement session. Enjoy!


Monica & Isaiah are two really fun people. I had a blast taking their pictures and they needed almost no direction. They just came out and had fun and acted as if i was not even there. They are getting married in august and am looking forward to their wedding day. Below is a short story of how they met and some of my fav pics. Also included a slide show at the end that has more pics. Enjoy!

Isaiah and I met in November 2006 while we were hanging out with friends in downtown Atlanta. We noticed each other from across the room. And totally out of character for Isaiah, he approached me, we began talking. He possesed a sweet, honest, kind disposition that was rare. We were immediately comfortable with each other and we talked most the the evening. We exchanged numbers and became friends. Not long, our friendship blossomed into romance and we began dating. On March 28, 2009 Isaiah proposed on a private beach on Grand Bahama Island. We are thrilled and planning our 2010 wedding!


Geetha & Family

March 23, 2010 | Lifestyle, showcase | No Comments

Recently I took pictures for Geetha and her lovely family. This was not just a typical shoot it was one that signified victory, unity, and love. Geetha is a breast cancer survivor and her family got together to celebrate her 5th year anniversary. It was such a fun, happy, and love filled session. Below is a short story about Geetha & her family and off course my favorite pics from the session. Enjoy!

On the weekend of October 23, 2009, my family converged on Atlanta from all over the country to surprise me in a weekend of unbridled celebration! Was it a birthday? Of sorts you could say… You see, around this time, five years ago, i was diagnosed with breast cancer when I was 27. Yet, I consider the date I was given that devastating cancer diagnosis to be my de facto BIRTH-day. Ironically, it was the experience of being ravaged by and fighting a life threatening illness that actually taught me how to live, love, value, and appreciate the countless blessings I have been given …I understood in a way I had never before, and that allows me to live more fully than I could have ever imagined. So it became my birthday, the first day of the rest of my amazing life. And through it all, there was my ever-loving, ever-devoted family…my very own cheering squad,and army, ready to do battle with me. As they always have, they loved me, supported me, encouraged me, made me laugh, made me feel strong, let me cry, yet never let me lose sight of God’s blessings. The loss and struggle that came with the cancer experience were transformative experiences not only for me as the patient, but also for my family. It is a profound shared life experience, impacting each of us in different ways, and has become an extraordinary chapter in the story of our family.

5 years later, we are triumphant! I love these pictures commemorating our reunion weekend because they capture so many milestones….so very many incredible things that our family has to celebrate that have happened in the last 5 years:

– All the girls Pretty in Pink for me (Geetha) kicking breast cancer’s butt!!!!
– I met Harry, the man of my dreams last year,…and got a “Spider-Man” kiss from him!
-The birth of my cousin Lakshmi and Jai’s amazing daughter Leena…and getting to play a rousing game of “Duck, Duck, Juice” with her!
– Welcome soon-to-be mommy and daddy Uma and James and their son! (see Uma’s belly bump =)
– Newlyweds Hari and Sheila (and gaining another loving sister!)
– And my incredible little sister Sheila who is rocking grad school and passed her Boards…and who continues to teach me, her big sis, about life.

Our reunion weekend was a celebration not only of each of us individually…but more importantly, a celebration of our family and the amazing qualities we share together:

We find strength and support in each other
We love each other unconditionally.
We stand by one another
We each love our niece (and future nephew!) as our very own children
We are each others’ biggest fans
We revel in laughter
We celebrate life exuberantly
We are fiercely devoted to each other
We know family is a Divine gift, and we cherish each other.


A few weeks ago i did an engagement session for Maliha & Chris and there was soo much love between both of them that it seemed like some sort of love photo session..lol. We had a blast and i enjoyed every moment. The shoot took place at turner field and at grant park. Maliha and Chris were definitely destined for each other as you will see in the short story below. Check out a few of my fav pics. Enjoy!

Chris and I met on our first day of classes at Emory University. During the standard introductions in our freshman seminar class, my ears perked up when this cute boy sitting across the circle said he was from Marietta – my home town. We started talking, which soon lead to walking to and from class together (even though we were both coming from and going to very different places on campus!). The chemistry was unmistakable from the beginning. We spent time together for over a year and eventually went our separate ways.
Several years later, we found ourselves at a party for a mutual friend. Despite the time apart, the chemistry was still there and just as intense as ever. As we all know, however, timing is everything, and it was another year before we were able to see each other again.
Finally, in August of 2007, we reconnected with dinner and a movie. We both had a great time catching up but it wasn’t until the end of the night when my tire popped and Chris insisted on changing it (despite the wonderful Georgia humidity) that I knew he was the one.


Alicia & Matt Engaged

March 23, 2010 | Engagement Sessions, showcase | No Comments

A few weeks ago i did an engagement session for Alicia & Matt. I had a great time taking Alicia and Matt’s love pictures 🙂 They are a very fun and loving couple. The shoot took place at little five points and at Candler Park. Check out a few of my fav shots and also a little about Alicia & Matt.

Alicia and Matt met before a homecoming football game at the university they both attended, Western Michigan University. A mutual friend introduced them, and Matt was smitten. He found her on Facebook and that was the beginning of the end—the end of their single lives. After their first date at a burger joint followed by miniature golf and arcade games, they knew that something special was beginning.
When Alicia got into graduate school at the University of Georgia two years later, they took the plunge and Matt moved with her to Georgia. After Alicia finished grad school they moved to Atlanta where they now live with their puppy Kali and two cats. A few months after the move to Atlanta, Matt popped the question and now they are excitedly planning their elopement followed by celebrations in Georgia and


Maternity session for my lovely wife

March 23, 2010 | Maternity, showcase | No Comments

I’ve been looking forward to this session for a while and we were finally able to get it done. This session was quite different since it was for my wife and not a client, but as soon as the camera clicking started it was like any other session. We had a great time taking the shots and the weather was just perfect. This was my first maternity shoot so I have to thank my lovely wife for being very patient with me. I have to admit she made my job extremely easy with her natural model poses and not to mention how gorgeous she looked which made my shots look even better :). So now I am reaaaallyy looking forward to the baby pics..lol. Will keep you guys posted 🙂 Below are just a few of our favorites.


Richard & Candice Wedding

March 23, 2010 | showcase, Weddings | No Comments

Richard and Candice are two really really fun people. They make an awesome couple because they both know how to have a good time. There is never a dull moment with them and it was evident on their wedding day. It was a lively and exciting day from start to finish. I am very glad I had the opportunity to be part of their day. Congrats Richard and Candice! I wish you guys a happy and everlasting marriage! Below are a few of my favs and also included a slideshow of some more pictures.


Recently I did a shoot for Brian Cobb an author who is publishing his first novel. I have to admit it was something new to me but i was definitely happy with the outcome. Check out a few shots from the session.

About the Author
Brian “B.” Cobb is originally from Washington, DC. He now resides in Atlanta, Georgia. Brian is a graduate of Fayetteville State University in North Carolina. In 2005, Brian successfully co-founded Cobb Publishing Group, LLC (CPG). CPG focuses on writing, editing, and publishing authors in the Atlanta metro area.

About the Book
Freshman 15 is a novel series created by B. Cobb. It tells a story of 15 young women that are put to the test of the early freedoms and harsh realities of college life. Love, hate, comedy, friendship, sisterhood, obesity, drug abuse, homicide, pregnancy, theft and financial hardship are some of the challenges these fifteen girls experience in their first semester of college. No matter if you’ve attended a big university, a community college, or haven’t attended college at all, the struggles of life are universal. Every reader can relate to this book. This novel series is what book stores have been waiting on