152 Summit St, #2
Brooklyn, NY 11231
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About Us

Whether I'm photographing assignments for American or International magazines or your very special day I am a photojournalist at heart and my goal is to know my subjects and tell the story of what's happening around me; the joy, the tears, the nerves, and the laughs with a compassionate and caring eye.

My experiences as a photojournalist over a sixteen-year career, as well as my own Indian family background, gives me a unique understanding and insight into a variety of traditions, cultures, and ceremonies. I'm easily at home in a multitude of situations.

Each wedding is a unique event for me and by getting to know you and what you want I work to ensure that the photos reflect the people, atmosphere and events as they truly are and as you'd like to remember them.

"I wanted a true Documentary-Style Photographer... Someone with experience to capture the true essence of my husband & I, and our families & friends as we made our life-long commitment to one another. The love that filled the air that day was evident in each photograph. Her photography style is unique, fresh, & honest. And her attention to detail was superb. It was a pleasure to have her document our Special Day through, from the moment I was getting ready in my Bridal Suite to the very last dance at the reception with my husband, surrounded by our closest family & friends. I highly recommend her." ---Reena Shah

"Her pictures were more honest and real and thus more moving than most wedding photos I had seen. She was extremely energetic, listened carefully, and was a pleasure to deal with." Pamela Kuper


As a photojournalist Radhika spent six years living in Asia where she covered Vietnam as it emerged from years of isolation. She later moved to Kenya where she covered major news events including the aftermath of the Rwandan genocide, the beginning of the civil war in Zaire, and famine in Sudan. She spent another 4 years based in Paris photographing stories in Europe, Asia, and Africa before deciding to return to New York.

These days her editorial work includes everything from news stories like Hurricane Katrina and famine in Niger for CNN and Unicef, to a personal project documenting the emerging Indian middle class as well as magazine features on spas for children and young girls' princess culture in the U.S.

Radhika is available for weddings worldwide.