Published! Indian Wedding Site - Dubai Destination Indian Wedding (Atlantis the Palm)

Dreaming of a destination wedding? Our next wedding features an Indian bride and an Irish American groom from New York in a Moroccan themed destination wedding in the shopping capital of the Middle East – Dubai. 

From the bride: “The most exciting part for me was to plan a dream vacation for all the family and friends that were going to visit Dubai for the first time and experience a full Indian wedding. I wanted to make their stay perfect. The other thing I was looking forward to was for my future husband and my extended families to meet as they had never met each other before. The most stressful part of it all was the fact that I had to plan a wedding in Dubai, from New York. It took a lot of coordination and weekend and late night work which was tiring.” The couple hosted a truly incomparable wedding celebration for guests arriving from every corner of the globe. The events kicked off with a sexy Sangeet truly fitting a destination celebration. Farnaz K Studio elegantly captured the blue and purple lit lounge Sangeet, complete with a nightclub vibe. Despite the gorgeous, but dramatic lighting, Farnaz’s pictures captured the venue and details flawlessly.

Seemanti & Peter Indian Wedding Site - Dubai Destination Indian Wedding (Atlantis the Palm)

©Farnaz K Studio wedding photography



Facets of Fashion at WAH Center - Artists Rescue Team for Japan

Facets of Fashion“ is one of my recent projects, debuted on June 10th at the Williamsburg Art & Historical Center (WAH). This project was shown as an installation to the Artists Rescue Team for Japan fundraiser. 

Photography and videography by Farnaz K  

This was part of the installation of my photography work called, ” See Through.” and the design collection shown is by Riza Manalo called, “Transcend to Hope.” The exhibit also featured fashion designer Kosuke “Kooan” Okawa’s kimono collection called, “Let’s Reconstruct Again!”. Music by Kristina Supergenius

In these photos I have combined transparent clothing and objects, which transcends into high fashion art.