About me

I am Jon Gurinsky, a professional photographer with a love of photographer that began at an early age with my first 35mm manual Minolta camera. My first commission was aged fourteen years old when I photographed my older sisters wedding. I now have many years experience photographing personal milestones including graduation, engagement, wedding and anniversary celebrations. I also have many years experience completing photographic briefs from corporate clients, event organisers and charities.

I provide a friendly service at competitive prices.

As the lead photographer, I ensure a very personal service, but for larger events I have a team of trusted, professional photographers working with me. You can be sure that you will have the best quality images and top quality service that is second to none.


Biography & Services

Engagement, wedding, anniversary – all of these are unique so I tailor the photography services to meet your individual requirements. You may want classic photographs or a mix of styles. At a time that suits you, we can meet so that you can view our portfolios to discuss the type of coverage you want on your special day. At the location of your choosing, I will ensure that everything goes to plan, put you at ease and create classic and stunning pictures that capture the most precious moments of your life. I'll capture candid shots of friends and family as well as group photographs.


My love for photography

It was not until I started capturing photos and seeing the beauty on my screen, that I began to see details, colors and light in a whole new way. Photography helps me appreciate a tree full of fall colors, a beautiful hill of flowers or someone's face full of character or the way the light falls to create a perfect portrait. Photography has changed the way I see the world. My love for photography comes from being there to capture important moments in time, particularly at personal events such as weddings and anniversary events. I capture moments that will hopefully be remembered forever through my images. At times like these I understand the importance of my work as a photographer over-lapping with that of being an historian.