Puja Studio is a family run, father son business servicing the Chicagoland Area. What started as a father teaching his son about film and video cameras, transcended into a hobby and passion. After taking photos and video taping events for friends and family at various events, Dipesh had the idea of taking a passion and hobby and transitioning it into a business.
At Puja Studio, each client is treated as if they are part of our family. As family we want to ensure a joyous and memorable occasion. Your happiness on your big day is important to us. We want to be able to capture the emotions and memories so you can feel the rush of nostalgia and joy when you look back at the final product.
Who Are We
Lead Photographer/Videographer/Graphic Designer
There is something magical about going through old photographs, the nostalgia and memories flood back making you feel as if you are reliving those moments. My passion for photography and videography began at a young age thanks solely to my father. Since introducing me to the field, I've continuously learned to increase my photography and editing skills. I especially enjoy portrait photography and event photography.
I graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign in 2016 with a degree in Chemistry. While there, I was fortunate to pick up graphic design skills through my heavy involvement in various student organizations. Since graduating from college, I've taken over the day to day of the business.
At parties and events, I was always found behind the camera rather than finding me in a seat. Through this experience, Dipesh began to develop the skill and ran with it. Over the past 20+ years, I've developed websites for various groups and kept up to date with the new languages. I've created "green" RSVP system system for numerous weddings and events easing the burden of mailing and waiting for RSVP cards to be mailed to you. I've taken a step back in the day to day photography and have since spent a majority of time in website development and design and always providing the help when needed to continue the father son tradition.