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Greg Slick Photography

Wedding Photographer
Main Office Location:
60 Liberty Ship Way #M
Sausalito, California 94965

Service Area:

Greater San Francisco Bay Area, will travel worldwide.

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Company Founded { 2006 }
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Services Offered

Greg Slick’s work has an artistic edge—a vintage, retro feel in a fresh and modern way. He blends “old world craftsmanship with cutting edge technologies” to produce this unique look and to provide his brides with the highest quality of work. The thing that really sets Greg apart is his extensive background in documentary photography, which enables him to capture emotions, details, and spaces with enriched visual and conceptual perspectives. His brides say he has an exceptional eye for capturing the organic, romantic moments of their day. His images are creative and spontaneous and really capture the story, feel and warmth of each wedding.

Greg also shoots stunning and cinematic super 8 films to complement his fine art photography.

About This Company

Greg’s photography has been featured in Martha Stewart Weddings, Style Me Pretty, SF Brides magazine, Snippet and Ink, Brooklyn Brides and the San Francisco Chronicle.

When not shooting weddings, Greg travels the world to photograph for his charity “22sense,” which donates 22% of image sales to UNICEF, a global charity committed to building “a world where the rights of every child are realized.”

Greg Slick Photography Covers These Areas:

  - Tahoe
Northern California
  - East Bay
  - Lake Tahoe
  - Monterey and Carmel
  - Napa and Sonoma Wine Country
  - North Bay / Marin
  - North Coast / Mendocino
  - Peninsula
  - Sacramento and Central Valley
  - San Francisco
  - Santa Cruz
  - Solano County
  - South Bay / San Jose
  - Tri-Valley and Livermore Wine Country
  - Yosemite / Gold Country / Sierra
  - And other areas by special arrangement.

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Verified Reviews from Real Brides & Grooms

“I wanted an artfulness and spontaneity; I wanted him to capture the inner beauty of my guests. This is something that is hard to do; you have to be an artist. Greg is very much an artist.”

“Greg has the eye to capture YOU. He won’t be just taking photos; he will truly capture your event in a way that is personal and memorable that few can match.”

“We saw his website and were immediately drawn to his amazing sense of artistry. He did a great job with our wedding photography and captured many great, candid moments. The pictures came out beautifully.”

“He is very down to earth and it doesn’t take long to feel at ease behind Greg’s camera.”

“It was pretty easy to see that his style was a cut above most of the typical wedding photographer.”

“We went to his studio in Sausalito and loved the photographs he has taken from his international travels, and were even more impressed to discover that proceeds from the sale benefitted humanitarian causes in various developing countries. Go Greg!”

“Greg does a wonderful job of capturing whimsical moments with a vintage undertone.”

“We loved Greg’s intimate, documentary style and meticulous eye for details.”

“He’s all around a good person and a consummate professional with an eye for capturing thoughtful, once in a lifetime moments.”

“The photos were even better than I had expected!”

“He really managed to capture the warmth and love that was all around that day.”

“He did some really artistic photos that aren’t your generic wedding scene. I appreciated this so much.”

We liked Greg overall. He listens, is very professional, very kind, and a true artist. He was also very accommodating with our budget and our needs.”

“Greg made me look really amazing, which was important to me :)”

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