‪About Frank J Casella

American. Catholic. Photographer. Co-founder. 

My life mission is to share hope and God's Love in the World.

I've been a Documentary and Stock Photographer since 1988, and Independent Artist exclusively on Fine Art America since 2013. Though, I've had a camera in my hand since I was a young boy.  I produce and sell pictures of moments in time, and human interaction, that share hope and God's love in the world, through my Catholic Faith.

I'm also co-founder of Bishop Perry's Chicago Catholic Men's Forum, and executive director of Catholic Men Chicago Southland, since 2004.  When you foster a Man in holiness, the positive adjustments he makes can create an upstanding man, husband, or father, and his impact can be felt for three generations.

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 mentored by John H. White - Pulitzer Prize Photojournalist.

To learn more browse my Photography Portfolio 

I am a very productive artist posting almost weekly new photographs, or sharing my thoughts, at this quick link New.FrankJCasella.com

Email Letters and Blogs are my favorite method of connection. I invite you to follow below based on your interest, and I'll be talking with you soon!

SundayLetter -  A picture, a life topic, and a mix from others below....

Official Website - Emails of art photographs, promotions, and related blogs.

CMCSArchChicago - A blog to nurture Catholic men's spirituality.

I also post articles on LinkedIn when I have something to say, or a story to share, to contribute professional insights.

(Phone calls by appointment made via contact me).

“As a photographer, the big secret is entering into the charisma with the person you have in front of you. If you don't feel it, you'll never do it well.”   ~ ARTURO MARI Vatican photographer