Jerry Ghionis toured with Sandy Puc in 2011 on a 33 city tour and proved to be an incredible team, leaving audiences laughing, crying and holding their breathe!
As a fitting finale to Sandy’s “Legends” tour, Jerry is proud to close the last show of the tour in his heartfelt and inspirational style.
He will share some never before seen work, tips and tricks on lighting and posing and show you how to create more soulful photographs.
You will be educated, inspired and entertained by one of the industry's brightest stars.
As a bonus, our good friends and partners at the MPLS Photo Center (www.mplsphotocenter.com) are donating a large portion of their venue and service by providing their space to the Legends Tour at a minimal cost to welcome with open arms photographers from throughout the Minnesota and Wisconsin area to this event that is sure to be incredible! Get your tickets before this "show closer" - yes it's the Legends Tour GRAND FINALE - sells out!!!
The MPLS Photo Center is where photo professionals and enthusiasts alike come together to work and learn, to discover and experience, to create, exhibit and become members of this unique community dedicated to photography and all its media and processes.
The Center was created and exists to foster community and enrichment opportunities among local and regional photography enthusiasts, including both amateur and professional photographers.
Jerry Ghionis is widely regarded as one of the top five best wedding photographers and educators in the world.
Based in Beverly Hills, California and Melbourne, Australia, Jerry is a USA Nikon Ambassador and has won more awards than any other photographer at WPPI where he became the first Grand Master.
As a photographer, educator, inventor and philanthropist, his experience traveling the world and perspective on the industry makes him an invaluable source of knowledge, experience and wisdom.
His influence in the art of wedding and portrait photography as well as the business of photography can be seen everywhere in the industry today.
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