the earth is art. the photographer is only a witness.

My parents moved our little family across an ocean when I was four. The home and family we left behind has always been important to them and me, and photos helped keep us connected to the places and people we left behind for the adventure of a lifetime.

I was 17 when I first stepped into a darkroom. It was the same year I learned about the Impressionist painters of post-Renaissance Europe. My love for both hasn't seemed to end. Some people know how to read a room; I spend my time reading light. 

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I take the responsibility of documenting your family's history as seriously as I take my own. Most people I meet have this sneaking suspicion that they aren't that special, aren't that beautiful. It's fun to always have (photographic) receipts that prove them wrong. :) 

I use medium format cameras to create images that are worthy of art galleries, and I'm a huge sucker for the mechanical sound of the shutter when a great moment is caught. You can just feel it in your bones, ya know?

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From nuptials to newborns, I am watching to document the moments that belong uniquely to you. I see you the way you want to be seen, and look for the types of moments I would want to share with my own children and grandchildren. 

Now, my favorite memories involve people-watching over coffee while on adventures in a new country. Traveling is one of my favorite things to do, and getting to experience new destinations with a camera in hand leaves me thrilled. (Next up: Marrakesh!)

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Hi, I'm Radhika.

My favorite memories growing up happened in my best friend's living room. His family threw huge holiday parties and their home was jam-packed with loved ones. The nights would end with everyone singing around a piano. A real life movie. Something fleeting and magic happens when people gather, don't you think? 

I have a degree in Anthropology because I thought it would be cool to learn about groups of people and what makes them unique. Photography allows me to continue that. Capturing all of the spontaneous moments that are part of a story is what I love most.

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My dad was our family documentarian and new gear thrilled him. My first camera came from him. But my mom is the reason that we have our family photos printed and organized in albums that I can now share with my kids. They made a great team.

I can't predict when it will happen, but I love when Radhika tells me I caught a moment that made for a fun surprise in the final album. Working with 35mm and Super 8 film allows me to catch the types of little interactions that become the stuff of family legend.

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I became a father in 2018, the same year that we lost my dad. Photographs keep us connected to the people we love. As my kids grow up, they still know their grandpa Mark. I am always thankful when someone trusts us with the privilege of creating those connections for other families.

I thrive on new experiences in places I’ve never been before, and have been known to leave a sleeping jet-lagged Radhika to go sip espresso (or something stronger) and people watch when abroad to soak up the local culture. Carpe diem, right?

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Rooted in what matters.

For us, it's all about the future. We imagine your grandkids flipping through an album, stumbling upon that one iconic picture of you both.

"Oh, that's what they were like," they might think.

What a thrill to be the ones who get to create that photograph.





While we have had the honor of our work being featured in over seventy publications, nothing compares to walking into a client-turned-friend's home and seeing our photographs on their walls. We believe your story deserves to be documented authentically and beautifully for you now...and for who you will be when you look back on the most important days of your life. We're excited to work together with you to do that. 

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