Kelly Guerin and Daniel Turbert are a team of award-winning photographers and videographers based in the triangle region of North Carolina.
We photograph and film for the once in a lifetime moments that tell a story. We believe a wedding is best remembered when the two are brought together. Our passion is in capturing the spontaneous, authentic, and beautiful; creating photos and films that are as original as you.
See our latest work published in Black Bride Magazine -- https://www.blackbride.com/inspiration/robin-amp-daniel39s-engagement-shoot/
Daniel works closely with his clients to understand their own styles and personalities. His “in the moment” approach means that he can capture you and your loved ones in their most soulful moments. He offers his talents to couples for weddings, rehearsals, engagements, and save the date events, among others. For larger events, he can also be joined by a second photographer to help capture all the smiles and laughter on the day.
Couples seeking wedding films that are not cookie-cutter or by-the-book will enjoy Kelly’s approach. She ensures that each wedding event receives customized services. To her, it’s important that cinematic coverage is recognizable, and that couples can recall the experiences they watch play out. Kelly invites couples to embrace the unexpected and allow her to work her movie magic, honoring their wedding in its truest form.
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Kelly G. · Getting married on 08/04/2021
A joy to work with
If you're looking for incredible photography and a laid-back photographer, Daniel is your guy! I've had the pleasure of knowing and working with Daniel for many years and his work continues to awe me. He's provided his photography services to deserving stories all over the world and it is incredible to get the chance to now watch him capture all the magic of weddings.Sent on 04/20/2020
Kirsten P. · Married on 04/24/2021
When searching for a photographer I had many questions and concerns. Some being time frame to make sure our wants and needs were captured, and another the photographer's personality because my husband hates his picture taken, and doesn't do well with new people. We also live in Florida and we were doing everything long distance so all communication was done over email, text and zoom calls. I had spoken to six different photographers and priced about nine; after our first zoom call with Daniel. My husband had felt comfortable enough to agree to put a down payment on Daniel's services. I'm so glad we made the choice we did, yes it rained on our wedding day, (good luck as they say) but our photos came out amazing and this was nothing short of talent. Daniel and his Lauren not only made the both of us feel so comfortable but had the eye for beautiful images. We can not thank you both enough for the time you spent with us and our crazy family to gather beautiful memories. Thank you!Sent on 07/20/2021
Jaleeza B. · Married on 10/03/2020
Daniel was great from start to finish! Very professional, prompt & an amazing photographer. We have no complaints! Our photos are beautiful.Sent on 11/22/2020
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As a filmmaker, Kelly has explored the far reaches of the globe. Her work has covered educational content based in Brazil and recorded elephant sanctuaries in Thailand. After trying her hand at wedding cinematography, Kelly fell head-over-heels in love with the art and passion of it. Keeping the authenticity of documentary film styles close at heart, she offers her clients something real and spontaneous, a true reflection of the wedding.
Daniel has worked with animal sanctuaries around the world using his photography to help with campaigns, raising awareness, and fundraising efforts.
The Sentient Project was started in 2017, to share compassionate perspectives through photography to promote greater awareness for both human rights and for the animals. From civil rights demonstrations to showing the kindness and compassion of animal sanctuaries, the Project has focused on using photography to help remind the world that all beings are sentient and deserve the utmost respect.
Photographs from the Project were chosen for use in a 2018 campaign raising awareness on the cruelty of the dairy industry, and how the public perceives animals differently according to laws rather than the inherent sentience which all animals possess. The photographs were shown in New York’s Times Square and in the NYC Subway System.
in 2019, Daniel's short documentary about a cattle farm turned animal sanctuary, called Cows Come Home, received numerous awards, including Best Short Documentary by the Anaheim Film Festival and the Social Impact Award at A Show for Change Film Festival.
Daniel loves shooting weddings, speaking at events, and participating on panel discussions about photography and social justice issues.