“Private Collection Photography is a complete departure from my black and white portrait work. First of all, it is executed in color. But not just the color I see through the lens of the camera; during the printing – which I do myself – I emphasize the color of emotion that the image evokes. It is fine art photography that interprets a “passion.” It originated with my own passion for my familial homeland, Italy. From there, I began exploring the souls of flowers. I’ve also focused on
Tom Casalini attended Indiana University and received his degree from the New York Institute of Photography in 1972. After a period of freelance work out of Atlanta, Georgia, he returned to his native Indiana as the official state photographer. In November of 1973, he opened his studio in historic Zionsville, Indiana, approximately 10 miles north of Indianapolis. Here, he continues to focus on portrait photography as well as his line of fine artwork (“Casalini Private Collection Photography”) for both local and national clientele. Casalini brings to his work a warmth and depth of understanding of the human spirit that has earned him a solid reputation and keeps him in high demand.
$395 – $1,495
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