Brian Bastinelli Photography is based in York, Pennsylvania where he and his family make their home.  He got his start in photography during high school and over the next 20 years has grown to cover a diverse range of photographic subjects.
Brian brings an astounding range of knowledge  as well as his light hearted nature and enthusiasm to each project.  His shoots are a fun and relaxed event for all involved.
He maintains memberships in the Professional Photographers of America and the National Association of Photoshop Professionals as well as the Wedding and Portrait Photographers International and Digital Wedding Forum.
Brian travels around the United States each year to continue to grow his understanding of our great land and capture it in pictures.  These trips rejuvenate his spirit and allow him to share with others his images which inspire and celebrate the nature, wildlife, people and cultures of our country.
Over the years these trips have expanded his passion for photography to portraiture and location shoots.  He strives to capture the drama, complexity and beauty of people in their every day lives.  His portraits capture, with great creativity, intimacy and honesty, his subjects and their stories.
Brian’s photography has been published in Cowboys & Indians, FireRescue, Firehouse, FireReporter, Homeland First Response, JEMS Nature’s Best Photography and Photolife magazines.
His many years serving as a firefighter give him a unique understanding on how to catch this striking subject matter where life hangs in the  balance. He consistently creates stunning images of this crucial profession.
Brian’s accomplishments and flexibility behind the lens make him a much sought after professional.  His distinct ability to convey the  feeling of his subjects make him the outstanding choice for your photographic project.
January 25, 2013 - 4:52 PM

Jess Svingen - My name is Jess Svingen. I’m working at York Hospital on my pediatric rotation. I am currently a family medicine resident in Erie Pennsylvania and I’m just here for the month. I walked into the York Starbucks and within three seconds I knew that the pictures on the wall were of Montana. It was a feeling so familiar to see those skies. My brain as was on auto recognition “Those are Montana skies.” I doubted it at first, because why in York would there be pictures of my home state. I knew for sure as soon as I saw the Gallatin Valley grain elevators.

I am from Glasgow, Montana. I am third generation born and raised in Valley County. 3 of my 4 grandparents were first generation Americans born out in the middle of the prairie in some dugout or old school house. They lived lives of farm kids, had no water or electricity, lived trough the depression and the War and are true Montanas down to the core.

Your work is beautiful. I sat there drinking my latte staring at the picture of the Thomas Murphy Homestead , thinking about my Big Sky country and tears welled up in my eyes as my heart ached for home. And as I lost myself in that picture, I could feel the breeze on my face and I could hear the wind through the prairie grass. It is if I were sitting in that field with my eyes closed and I could feel the sun and the shadows pass over me as the clouds rolled by, blocking and shedding the sunlight. I could hear the weatern meadowlarks and smell the alfalfa and the silver sage. Thank you for taking me home, even if it was just for a little while and even if it was in my own mind.

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