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About Frank J Casella

Welcome to the Frank J Casella Digital Connection.
I'm and American photographer living in Chicagoland, with a concentration in Catholic Fine Art Photography. I'm also co-founder of Chicago Catholic Men's Conference, and Executive Director of Catholic Men Chicago Southland.
I've learned from meeting with men every week, that when you foster a man in holiness the positive adjustments he makes with his life can have an impact three generations deep.
You'll also find me as curator of Catholic Art Gallery - Artist Group on Pixels (Fine Art America).
Pictures speak in ways that words can not. I've had a camera in my hand since I was a kid, perfecting how to put my viewer where my subject is - I call this "Pictures People Listen To".
Though I enjoy many types of photographic subjects and styles, it is my love for moments in time of human interaction, God's creation, and Catholic life, that really gets my heart pumping and creative juices flowing - Pictures that give hope of God's love in the world.
I'm a product of Columbia College Chicago and, shortly after, my childhood dream became reality when I was assigned to photograph the ministry of the (Roman Catholic) Archbishop of Chicago - the late Joseph Cardinal Bernardin. 
My artwork style is inspired by Norman Rockwell. I'm privileged to be nurtured by John H. White - Pulitzer Prize photojournalist.

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(Phone calls by appointment made via email.)
'But for everyone, believers or not, the works of art inspired by Scripture remain a reflection of the unfathomable mystery which engulfs and inhabits the world.'  -- St. Pope John Paul II, Letter to Artists
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