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Cinnamon Club is one of the finest Indian restaurants in London. Situated in the heart of Westminster, it is set in a historic grade II listed building. It is a former Westminster Library. It was a fantastic opportunity to photograph at Cinnamon Club. It was really nice to meet Chef Vivek himself. Up till now I had just read his book and admired the way he had taken the Indian cuisine to the next level. To meet the man himself was a great experience. Here are some of the pictures from the day.


Barbara - April 27, 2012 - 10:32 am

Hi, Nitin! Wonderful photography

Sonal - May 12, 2012 - 5:55 pm

wow! looks delicious! :) great work Nitin!

Spandana - May 16, 2012 - 8:56 pm

Amazing Pictures Nitin! Great Job!

Ruth - May 22, 2012 - 7:34 pm

Hi Nitin, great to meet you at the weekend. Your photos are beautiful! I love the black and white closeup photo of the chef. It’s fabulous!

Alexandra - May 27, 2012 - 12:49 pm

This is a beautiful photo spread on the restaurant. I especially like the black and white photos!


If you are a Beatles fan, you just can’t miss Abbey Road in London and the famous crossing where all four of them posed for a photo. If you go there now, you will find people from all nationality posing for the photos at the same crossing. The boundary wall of Abbey Road Studios is full of graffiti. People still writing messages for their favorite band. I just loved to be there. I had a fantastic time photographing a lovely couple who live in this area. Even though the weather man had predicted rain for the whole day, we had a lovely sunshine and beautiful photos. It was a very intimate wedding with just the family. The wedding took place in one of the most beautiful churches in London, St. Mary’s Church in Hampstead, London followed by lunch in one of the finest French restaurants in London – La Chapelle by Galvin Brothers. Here are some of the beautiful images from the day.

Amit Gupta - April 24, 2012 - 3:55 am

Hi Nitin,

I simply love your pics, and look forward to more posts.
Wishing you the best always

nitin - April 24, 2012 - 7:58 am

your work only gets better with each click. from cooking up a dish to cooking up happiness in a frame, fantastic

Jay Rowden - April 24, 2012 - 11:31 am

Hi Nitin

Absolutely stunning photos!!!! The light is wonderful and you have captured their wedding photographs beautifully. Cracking job. Can’t wait to see your next London wedding photos.

Take care,



It was a beautiful afternoon when I arrived at Minal and Raj’s place in Wandsworth. Best part I like about their flat is a rack full of cookery books. I’m a foodie myself and love cooking as well as eating out and so do Minal and Raj. They know and have been to most of the good restaurants in London and they know their food. Majority of our conversation involved around food and restaurant.

It was a very relaxed afternoon. One of the very few brides I’ve come across who was very calm and was not stressed out about anything. Everything was just perfect.

The civil ceremony was to take place in Chutney Mary, King’s Road. One of the finest Indian restaurants in London. I just love this place. You can’t go wrong with your Indian food at Chutney Mary. It was a very small, intimate ceremony. Here are some of the photos from the day.





Jay Rowden - March 19, 2012 - 6:59 am

Lovely, lovely photos Nitin!!

Sonal - May 12, 2012 - 7:07 pm

awesome! loved them Nitin! :)


I don’t know why it is called trash the dress. It should rather be Cherish the Dress. No bride would like to trash the dress that they have bought for the most special day of her life. After bidding farewell to all their friends, Laura got back into her dress with wellingtons instead of shoes and David into his suit with pink socks. We drove across Windermere getting some great photos. Windermere is really beautiful. I had real good few days there.  Here are some of the pictures I love from the day.


nitin - December 29, 2011 - 2:12 pm

fantastic work nitin. too many gems in this collection.


It was three days of fun in the beautiful town of Windermere in Lake District. Beautiful place, great people and excellent food. I had a great time and took some photos also.

Laura is a good friend. We have worked together in an extremely busy restaurant in London, where she was the General Manager and I was the Sous Chef. Managers and Chefs are not always enemies, they are sometimes good friends also. We both don’t work in restaurants anymore and don’t miss it also. It was great fun.

Laura and David married in Gossel Ridding in Windermere. Gossel Ridding is probably Lake District’s finest houses built in 1908. Location is great with some breathtaking views of Lake Windermere. Its a very peaceful house, far from the madding crowd yet just minutes away from Bowness On Windermere.

Laura and David organised the wedding so well that it was 3 days of pure indulgence. Pre wedding dinner with Champagne, great food, and piano by lovely Jen Armstrong.

The wedding day started a game of Ruby and Cricket. It just started with 4 gentlemen and by the end of the play I think all of them were on the field and David bowled all of them out. Bravo!! It was a great day. Out of all the weddings that I’ve done, this was the first wedding where Bride’s father thanked me for being there to photograph the wedding. It was such a good gesture, I felt really good. Some great speeches. And speeches followed by fantastic 5 course tasting menu and not to forget some great canapes before dinner. It does not stop here. There was a round of quiz not the normal boring one but very interractive, followed by some bbq pork and then Karaoke. I loved every minute of it.

Here are some of the pictures I love from the day.



Graeme Noble - December 28, 2011 - 3:11 pm

Brilliant shots….you have a rare and natural talent.

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