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˜€ Gotta love the uncertainties of life…

I am the girl with big green eyes and even bigger dreams. Photography, writing, educating, marketing, and love 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!).

You may reach out to me via my blog, connecting on Facebook, following me on Twitter, or through my favorite –Β Instagram, and/or filling out the 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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