Dona has been photographing people, places and wines of the Napa Valley for 20 years, both as a wedding photographer and photojournalist. Her award winning photography has appeared in the pages of the New York Times, Time Magazine, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Wall Street Journal and the Los Angeles Times as well as numerous wine publications. Her fine are images are in the collection di Rosa art museum and private collections worldwide. She has been commissioned to create portraits of Robert and Margrit Mondavi, Francis Ford Coppola and, just recently, 40 vintners for the Auction Napa Valley catalog.
John spent eight years as a photojournalist and has photographed special events and weddings in the Bay Area for 20 years. His work has been featured in Town and Country and Luxury Living magazines. He specializes in capturing the personality and energy of corporate and private events. In addition, he is an accomplished painter with work in galleries in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boston and Miami. His work is also featured in several permanent collections, including the di Rosa museum, Visa financial, Juniper Networks in Silicon Valley and Bloomingdales in San Francisco, Chicago and New York.
Kassidy is a native of Wyoming, and has spent the last nineteen years photographing weddings, predominantly in wine country, with destination shoots all over the world. Being an honors graduate of the prestigious Brooks Institute of photography proves her technical skill, but it is her genuine demeanor, elegant style and direction that is memorable. As a photojournalist for several California based newspapers and magazines, Kassidy cultivated the quick capture of iconic moments, yet can delicately direct a bride to help her look her most stunning. She came to Napa Valley in 2004 and joined Kopol Bonick photography shortly after. Kassidy has created many memorable, sensational images and has worked with countless, happy clients.
Morry is originally from Salt Lake City, Utah, and has been involved with the arts her entire life thanks to a visual artist mom and a musician dad. As a modern dancer, Morry came to the Bay Area more than 20 years ago due to its vibrant dance and arts scene, where she was able to continue to study and perform while honing her artistic talents in other areas such as writing, graphic design and photography. She has always been able to combine all of these passions into her career, initially as a newspaper journalist and editor, and currently as the creative director for Guide Dogs for the Blind, a national nonprofit organization based in San Rafael. As a photographer, her documentary style results in images that evoke a sense of place and convey a visual story. Her award-winning images have been widely published, and she regularly exhibits her work in art galleries and photography shows throughout the Bay Area. In addition to finding constant inspiration close to home in the Napa Valley, Morry travels extensively to photograph the people and cultures of distant lands, and is close to completing her goal of filling up the pages of her passport before it expires.