Bonnie Gallo

Bonnie Gallo

My goal is to showcase your essence in photographs in a genuine way that fully embraces and celebrates the uniqueness that you bring into our world.

Psyche Productions brings to Southwest Florida individualized service and an impeccable dedication to client satisfaction.

As a photographic artist Bonnie creates a heartfelt, genuine connection with everyone that she has the privilege to photograph. She shares her personal core values such as honesty, kindness, generosity, courage, equality and respect with every individual. This creates an environment that combines comfort and trust thereby boosting the self-confidence levels of her clients in front of the lens. She is committed to providing impressive service that surpasses expectations to produce timeless memories in their honor.

Bonnie was born in New York City and was raised on Long Island. She graduated Florida Gulf Coast University Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Art in Communication with a concentration in Public Relations. She is a Lambda Pi Eta and National Communication Honor Society member. She is a community-trained photographer and has twenty-one years experience working in public and private schools. Therefore, both children and adults feel right at home making a connection with her in photo sessions.

Personally she believes in giving back to the community in which she lives through active civic engagement and as a former special needs teacher she has had the privilege of being the Childhood Hunger Backpack Program Coordinator for 200 students, Paws (Reading Education Assistance Dogs) Coordinator, Anti-Bullying Club Co-leader, Two Peas in a Pod Productions Motivational Performer Liaison, A Million Thanks Pen Pal Program Coordinator, GenerationOn: Kids Care Club Coordinator, Project Impact Community Service Leader, Learning For Life School Liaison, Key Service Club Sponsor and Journal Club Sponsor. She’s been honored to receive awards from The Harry Chapin Food Bank of Southwest Florida, Feed the Hungry, VSA Florida: Artists with Disabilities Artist in Residency Program, 2012 Lee County School District’s Student Film Festival, FGCU’s Student Affairs, Eagle News, Banner of Excellence, Marketing and Advertising Club and nominated as Student of the Year. In 2013 she won Lee County School District's Outstanding Teacher of the Year.