Philadelphia-based photographer Gino Guarnere has become a rising force in the local photography industry. A sought-after action sports shooter, his talent behind the lens has garnered him national photography titles in portrait photojournalism, and his fresh approach to the wedding photography business has already earned him praise among his peers and his clients alike.
Gino was trained as a musician, and as such, spent a lot of his time at weddings behind the piano before he started spending all his time behind the camera. He's become known for performing for the guests both as a vocalist and as a piano player and often surprises his bride and groom by ending up on stage with the band.
Photojournalistic in approach, but with a keen sense of perspective as well as a quick ability to get all the traditional shots in with time to spare, Gino Guarnere Photography is happy to be considered for your event. Just give him a call and see what his studio has to offer!
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Frank Toscani · Married on 11/25/2018
Sweet sixteen birthday party
I hired Gino for my daughter's sweet sixteen birthday party. He was a true professional and all my photos look fantastic. I would highly recommend him for any event.
Nicollette · Married on 11/03/2018
Gino & his assistant were more then amazing. We all felt more then comfortable with them which made the day go super smooth. He was so open and ready to try things and constantly working well with the kinks throughout the day. Our pictures are stunning and we are more then satisfied with them! No to mention we got them back SO FAST!Sent on 11/16/2018
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Amanda Chaiko · Married on 10/21/2018
Gino is awesome to work with - he takes time to get to know the couple to figure out what they are comfortable with and gives them photos that are unique to them! He was very patient with our dog as he stopped by for a few shots. We received many compliments from wedding guests about how wonderful he is - thank you Gino!