About Anthony

Hey there!

I'm Anthony and this is my family, Amanda, and Ethan.

My wife and I got married on May 19, 2018, at my best friend's bar, Ventura, in San Antonio, TX. We currently live in a cozy apartment in Waco, TX while my wife pursues her Ph.D. at Baylor University. We travel frequently between Waco and our hometown of SA for this awesome job of mine and our family.

Photo by: Christian David Photo

More About Me

Hi again! I’m Anthony Gauna (pronounced GOW-nuh). I’m a laid back wedding photographer in the awesome city of San Antonio, but I shoot weddings all over the great state of Texas.

I love my wife, my son,  products, my boots, educating aspiring photographers, and BBQing in the hot Texas sun while sipping beer and whiskey. I spend a lot of my time taking photos. When I’m not photographing weddings you’ll find me re-watching The Office, scrolling on Instagram, contemplating how to meet Pudge The Cat, sipping a beer at Ventura SATX, or learning something new.

I’ve been a full-time wedding photographer since 2012 and I can’t imagine myself doing anything else.

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@_anthonygauna

THINGS I LIKE

– Cats
– Beer & Whiskey
– The Smell of BBQ or Leather
– Texas & Texas Shaped Things
– The Office (all day every day)
– Puns, Sarcasm, & Inappropriate Jokes
– Dive Bars
– Genuine Human Connection
– The Tallest Man on Earth (on repeat)

A Redefined Wedding Photography Experience

There’s no right or wrong way to get married.
It’s all about you doing you.
You don’t care about the supposed to’s, formalities, or little things that don’t matter.
Your wedding day is a day to celebrate with those you love.

You don’t want a photographer who’s going to pose you up and make you look awkward.
You want photos that are candid, real, and unique. Not cookie cutter.

If this sounds like you and don’t mind me getting on the dance floor with you
(or maybe you don’t want to see my terrible moves, that’s cool too), then say hello!