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Welcome to Tony's Blog!

Having settled in Denver, Colo., after years of living and working as a professional photographer in New York City and San Francisco, I spend my days (and quite a few nights) taking pictures. My love for photography is more than a passion; it’s an obsession, and I’m constantly in search for the next story I can tell through my camera lens.

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Kiki Rosenthal | bat mitzvah | Rodef Shalom | Denver, Co

Event Photography  Bat Mitzvah Photography  Bar Mitzvah Photograph (sneak peak) Kiki had her bat mitzvah recently in Denver, Colorado at Rodef Shalom. It was very cool because it was on a Thursday and she was able to take off school with all her friends that morning to celebrate. I typically don’t have access to the […]

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Tessa + Michael | Wedgewood at Ken Caryl | Spring Wedding

Denver Wedding Photography Wedding Photographers Denver Affordable Wedding Photography Denver (sneak peak)  I have known Tessa for over 10 years. She actually assisted me 10 years ago while she was in undergrad school in Colorado. Tessa is now an anesthesiologist. She met Michael at school and Michael is an anesthesiologist now as well. They decided to […]

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City Park | Boat House | Denver, Colorado Wedding

Tony Gallagher Photography – 303-520-9111 – City Park Boat House summer wedding in Denver, Colorado photographs.

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Congregation Rodef Shalom | Margalit Goldberg | Bat Mitzvah

Margalit Goldberg’s bat mitzvah celebration this month was amazing. Contact Tony at to scheduled your event.

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Field Trip to the Butterfly Pavilion

The Butterfly Pavilion was the nation’s first stand-alone non-profit invertebrate zoo. In its exhibits visitors interact with live invertebrates from around the globe. The mission of the Butterfly Pavilion is to foster an appreciation of butterflies and other invertebrates while educating the public about the need for conservation of threatened habitats in the tropics and around […]

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