About Me

Hey There,

Thank You for stopping by at my Blog πŸ™‚

I’m Rima Hassan – Pakistani by birth, grew up in USA, and currently living in Dubai. Β I wanted to be a lawyer, studied business, and now am a Professional Wedding Photographer πŸ˜€

I love Love.
Β Weddings.
And everything that has to do with love & weddings.
You may call me the UnOfficial Bridesmaid for my brides.


I am the girl with big green eyes and even bigger dreams. Photography, writing, educating, marketing, love, inspiring, encouraging, and educating are few things that I live for.

I love the sound of my camera shutter, good books, meeting new people, wearing colorful scarfs, traveling, and yoga. Oh & I strongly believe that there is nothing that a delicious meal can not fix for me (true story!).

Still here? Lets connect: blog, Facebook,Β Twitter,Β Instagram,Β Contact Me form.

I’d be honored to chat more about your wedding, so feel free to email me at info@rimahassan.com for more information.


21 thoughts

    1. I hear you. So nice to read all the same sentiments, fears, commitments, joys etc etc that I have, being confessed and written by someone else. We are not alone and need to stick together and encourage each other, yay!

    1. Stressful….No. Thrilling, YES! Each wedding is a chance to prove yourself and makes me strive to be better & provide something different than the last one.

      By the time of the wedding day, the client always becomes a friend which makes it fun because I absolutely love working with/for friends πŸ˜‰

    2. That is amazing! πŸ™‚ I think I would love the positivity around the job, I mean there is a lot of joy around… πŸ™‚

    3. True….but one needs to ‘focus on who to focus’ πŸ˜‰

      For example, there are weddings where one side of the family dislikes the other side of the family, or are too rich to think they own everyone/everything around, bossy/jealous friends, etc.

      As a photographer, and someone who is alwayssssssss with the bride+groom the entire day, I focus on them the most and try to make them feel the STARS of the Night! πŸ˜‰

      I’m a strong believe of ‘you get what you give.’ I try to stay positive, lighthearted, sharing jokes throughout the night and at the end, the clients appreciate it the most. Boom! Job Done πŸ˜€

    4. That is an excelent philosphy… Yeah I’ve seen the realities… I can imagine the conflict and demanding mothers / fathers… πŸ˜‰ Aldo, I love that you write that you focus on THEM, since there are some brides that think that day is only theirs.

      Like the joke Seinfield made: “That is why all the men are dressed the same, to move in the line if something happens to the groom” πŸ˜€

    1. so uplifting way of thinking, my dear, love to find people like you , it will please me to have your visit to my blog. may Allah keep u safe.

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