Northern Virginia wedding photographer and the award-winning studio of Tania Hossain Photography brings together their wedding portfolio to Wedding Stories By Tania. Studio founder Tania Hossain leads the Northern Virginia based team of passionate and talented photographers and videographers serving couples getting married in the DC Metro area.

Our award winning fusion of contemporary and photojournalistic styles of documenting weddings is adaptable to your vision for your wedding day and will keep true to your wedding story.

Having worked together for over two years, this loyal team of wedding professionals continues to reinvent and innovate their creative approach to the art and business of weddings – documenting some of the most cherished life moments through their photography and video work.

“Working with us is a peace of mind and a lot of fun experience – from the time we first meet you to the last set of deliveries – we are all in,” says Tania. “That says a lot about our studio and the overall experience you will have with us to tell your own wedding story.


Our Team

Lisa Foster is our fabulous videographer and photographer. As our longest teammate, her invaluable contribution to our team has enabled us to add video services as a core product. Lisa is an environmental lover with an enormous passion for photographing memories and sharing travel experiences. In addition, she is a versatile shooter and looks for moments that are truly unique to you which lends very well to documenting your wedding story.

Tania Hossain

Ryan Wilson is our amazing videographer. He is a Film and Video graduate of George Mason University and has been working with cameras for over a decade now.  He is a self-proclaimed “prepper”, as he likes to prepare early for every shoot as much as possible.  He shoots primarily with his Panasonic GH5, but has extensive experience with several cameras and will shoot with whatever the client desires!

Reagan Veasley Blasetti is our awesome photographer and talented graphics designer. She fell in love with photography as a Sophomore in high school while taking a film photography class. That feeling of being able to see the world differently through a lens amazed her because there is always something new. What she love most is being able to create a story by capturing the emotions and expressions on peoples faces. That moment may only last a few seconds, but a photograph is worth a thousand words.