Photo & Video 

Andrea Gallucci

destination photographer


Andrea specializes in Wedding Reportages, Honeymoon shootings, Surprise Proposal Photos, Engagement Shootings, Family Portraits, and Maternity photos. He loves traveling, and he's often hired for shootings in other destinations around Italy and other countries. He is available for shootings in Amalfi Coast, Rome, Venice, Florence, Como Lake, Taormina, Sicily Island, Capri Island, Positano, Amalfi, Sorrento, Ravello, Santorini, Paris, Barcelona, and many other places. Before focusing on wedding photography, his photos have been published in international magazines as "AD", "Elle Decoration", "Conde Nast", "Diari di Viaggio by Marcopolo", "Globo", "Azure". In 2010, in Venice in the occasion of the Architecture Biennale, the "Biennial Foundation of Sao Paulo" in collaboration with the Brazilian Embassy, ​​publishes 4 of his photos; one of these was exhibited in the "50 years after Brasilia" exhibition held in the Brazil pavilion. 
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Mario Feliciello

destination photographer

Mario specializes in Destination Wedding, wedding photography, portrait photography, family and children photography, food photography, detail photography.

He lives in Naples (Italy) with his beautiful family, wife Maria Giovanna and two little ones Alyssa and Giacomo. He loves photography, rock music, motorcycle racing, sports, giant hamburgers, and KFC chicken. He is available to travel all over Italy and Europe to take wedding photos.
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Street Wedding Photography

destination photographers

'Hello from Matteo, Marco and Francesca-team SWP Photography. SWP was founded after years of experience, study, and passion. We have compared ourselves to the rest to find something always more to offer. For us, it is not just photography but a story blended with our vision.
Truth, love, and humor are what you will see in our photographs. We break the rules to make new ones. Everything is uniquely you.
Movement, fun, creativity: SWP is all this and much more.
As Ansel Adams sais, "you are not taking a picture with your camera, you are putting in that photograph all the images you saw, the books you read, the music you listened and people you loved. So, there is something about us in each photo, there is our being an eternal child, always curious and ready to marvel for what happens around us.:
A photograph is not beautiful when it "shows" something, a photograph is beautiful when it "tells" something."
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