We are a couple in everyday life and at work. Giuliano from Campania and Francesca from Milan, we live in Milan but work as far as planes go. We share the same Apulian origins and love of food (we are constantly dieting, especially before wedding season!). Meditating every day for almost a year and a half has changed our lives and taught us gratitude. We are profoundly the same and just a little different. Giuliano likes movies and salty food, and Francesca likes music and sweets, but we would kill for peanut butter. If there is one thing that unites us most besides photography, it is travel. The one that makes you discover different cultures, opens your mind, improves you as a person, gets you lost in the streets of New Delhi and sailing on the Mekong.

Giuliano Lo Re

As a child, I would admire spellbound the slides my father took in Kenya and spend hours watching National Geographic documentaries. So there were two paths: becoming a photographer or an explorer. Then when I got my first camera in my teens, I realized that I may become Indiana Jones in the next life.

In this one, I feel the thrill of telling the world, people, and their stories through my images every time. And I love to travel to do that. I was an Art Director in some major advertising agencies and spent 5 years in Switzerland. Then, at 27, I left a permanent job, returned to Italy, and became a documentary photographer (following some Doctors Without Borders projects in the field and pursuing some personal projects) and a wedding photographer. Telling weddings is telling authentic and genuine stories, capturing the atmosphere and places, and photographing those details that make them unique.

Probably, the little Guliano who dreamed watching documentaries could not be happier. Because, at the end, with my camera, I became an explorer.
However, if you’d like, I’ll tell you about the time I almost got lost in a swamp in Indonesian Borneo with half my body submerged in brown water (fortunately, it only occurred to me later in retrospect that that’s precisely what the pythons’ habitat is!).

Francesca Musarò

I was born in 1978 and began taking pictures with a compact camera bought with a bit of money, and I realized I loved photography in 2010 when I received my first SLR as a gift. I love folk music, dogs, hazelnut ice cream, the smell of burning wood, hugs, and my middle name, GIULIA, perhaps even more than my first.

In 2018 I realized my first photographic exhibition, with a project done in the birthing room, Unconditional Loves. The collection took place in one of the largest hospitals in Milan and served to finance the neonatal intensive care unit. From this moment, I understand that photography can no longer be a pastime because it is necessary to photograph life to feel alive.

Since 2021, in addition to photographing weddings, I have operated a photography studio in Milan where I specialize in maternity, newborn, and children’s photo shoots. If you’d like to take a look, here is my website: francescamusarophoto.it

What people say?

When I look at the wedding photos, I have not only every important moment captured to relive over and over again, but I have a beautiful, emotional narrative to present to others that I can be proud of. I swell with pride when showing these photos to friends and family, when I see their jaws drop and eyes widen from the stunning scenery and moments that were captured. Giuliano crafted an accurate narrative of everything we went through on those wedding days, the laughter and the tears of joy, the high and the lows, the comical and silly moments too. Many have told me that these were the best wedding photos they have ever seen, and that they look like they are straight from a magazine. AMANDA & FELIX- WEDDING IN AMALFI