Meet Anthony

I'm Anthony Sinagoga, a Philadelphia-based photographer and videographer, working to capture one-of-a-kind visuals taken in a wide-variety of environments.

This site was developed to showcase my broad range of service offerings, and also to support our clients in a variety of new ways.  Interested in working together?  Let's chat.


Creative Photography

Sinagoga Visuals has produced high-quality still photographs for a diverse list of top-tier clients for more than 10 years.

Whether it’s a corporate event, leadership head shot, or a shoot highlighting a destination, I work quickly and efficiently to get the images you need to move your ideas forward.

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Dynamic Videography

Sinagoga Visuals delivers beautifully captured, painstakingly edited, and masterfully produced videos for all occasions.  You can say a lot in a 3 minute video.  It’s all part of our mission: To bring creative ideas to life through quality photography and videography.

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Stay in Touch with Anthony Sinagoga

Featured Works

Tourism Video Series Launched

I’ve been producing a series of videos for Visit Bucks County and the first three are live. This is a “sizzle reel” containing highlights from the series. Head on over to my YouTube channel to see the others.

Anthony’s YouTube Channel

Washington Crossing the Delaware

Every December, Washington Crossing Historic Park in Bucks County hosts a great event with the reenactment of General Washington and his troops crossing the Delaware River. I was aware the dress rehearsal was coming up and when I saw the forecast was for snow, I knew I had to be there.

Philly Jazz Bass

Philadelphia has such a rich history in Jazz music and specifically in the Jazz Bass. As a personal project, I created a series of portraits of some of Philly's Jazz Bass musicians.

Tyrone Brown

Baseball Stadium Atmosphere

One of my favorite ways to spend a summer night is to buy a cheap ticket to a baseball game and wonder around the stadium for the game with my camera to see what I could find. It has turned into a personal project that I've been working on for 5 years. My goal is to capture the atmosphere and feeling of being at the game from a fan's perspective. I am also drawn to the architectural aspects of the stadiums and I strive to include these elements into the images. In the end, this turns into part street photography and part architectural photography all done in baseball stadiums.