Laurie & David’ Wedding
Jess & Scott
Dawn & Jerry
Charles & Priya’s Wedding
Charles & Priya
Abbey & Tinu
Fred & Adrienne’s Wedding
Fred & Adrienne’s Engagement
Divya & Vijay
All portrait sessions last 1 ½ hrs. Session includes 25 professionally edited high- resolution images on a CD.
Since each wedding is unique in it’s very own way, the ability to work with each individual couple to create their own personal package is essential.
Wedding packages start at $1800+.
Please contact us for details.
Divya & Vijay Vaswani
“From the moment we came across the collection of vibrant photos from Tisha’s blog online, we knew we had to book her. During our shoot, she was professional, polite, friendly, open-minded and most importantly, extremely talented. Throughout the planning process and even during the shoot, she continuously brought artistic and creative ideas to the table and was able to truly capture the essence of those ideas in her pictures. She definitely is willing to roll-up her sleeves and get her hands dirty as she even became my stylist at one point during the shoot ! I now carry a stack of her business cards in my purse and it brings me such happiness to share her talent with my co-workers, friends and family.
Tisha – I hope we can work together again in the near future!”
- Divya & Vijay Vaswani
Fred & Adrienne Porter
You truly have an amazing gift! There is not enough Thank You’s in this world that can begin to express our gratitude toward you. We knew you were the perfect photographer for our wedding day after we had an amazing Engagement photo shoot with you in Downtown St. Pete. You have a great eye for the perfect shot and you had a great way of making us feel so comfortable in front of the camera. When the rain clouds rolled through Sarasota on our wedding day, we were so upset that we wouldn’t have the outside ceremony that we planned on for 15 months. You assured us that our photos would still come out beautifully and we had all the trust and faith in you. You put us at ease and the day turned out perfect. Your sister did an amazing job also and you two worked so great together. We have gotten tons of compliments from our friends and family members on our photos and the slideshow you put together for us.
You are the best and Thank you!! Best wishes.”
– The Porter’s
Sejal & Jaydeep Kadam
“It was a pleasure to work with Tisha. She did an excellent job in finding the perfect location for our family pictures and was very flexible with our schedule. Tisha’s professionalism, creativity, and ability to connect with her clients is truly remarkable. We had seen Tisha’s work before we chose her to do our family pictures and just feel in love with it. She has a gift for bringing out the best in her subjects and its shows in the stunning images she produces. I will continue to recommend your services to friends and family.”
– The Kadam’s
Photography, where do I start? My passion, my heart, my place in this world! Many years ago, I read a quote that I found interesting but never quite understood until now – “You don’t find your passion, your passion finds you.” Now that I look back at my life, I can connect the dots that brought me to this exact point. Every time I was handed a camera, every “Oh! That’s such a cool picture!” and even being my high school’s yearbook photo editor has paved the road to my passion. I truly feel blessed to have the opportunity to work with people to capture their special moments. To give them something that they can cherish for generations and that I can look back at and be proud of doing.
I want to thank you for visiting my website. The one question I always ask my potential clients before they book me is if looking at my pictures brought a smile to their faces. If not, I ask what’s wrong with them! Just kidding…well, sort of. All this means is that I may not be the photographer for you and that’s ok! Finding the perfect fit is what creates beautiful pictures and those are the only pictures I want to produce!
Some things you need to know about me:
Keeping smiling people! Unless I tell you not to (I like to call those the “model” poses!)
“The single most important component of a camera is the twelve inches behind it.”
- Ansel Adams