We are a team of professional photographers based in Italy involved in wedding field since many years. Each one of us come with a different experience, a personal baggage of stories and life style which makes this a unique mix. The images reflect our personal eclecticism. The unobtrusive vision ensure to catch the raw emotions of your special day and the very distinctive mix of photojournalistic approach and creative portraiture let your memories live forever. Our professionalism and creativity will be at your disposal to guarantee you just the best.


francesco survara

My first approach to the photography world was with a “vintage” Pentax Spotmatic that belonged to my father. I was fascinated by the sound of the shutter, by the red light of the camera obscura and by the smell of chemicals used during the manual printing process. I have never thought that this passion as a child was somehow the first step into my career as a professional photographer. I got into wedding photography about fourteen years ago and I have founded Framelines, which, more than simply being a photographic studio, it is to me a lifestyle. I have always been surrounded by creative photographers, travellers that just like me share the same passion for discovering the world and different cultures.

My goal is to create a bond with people while observing them from behind the camera. 

Photography became day after day a natural extension of myself. My job is in synchrony with my understanding of what surrounds me and with my beliefs and it gives me the chance to be a visual storyteller while travelling and meeting people from all over the world. During my spare time or when I am travelling I dedicate myself to my passions: landscapes photography, relaxing in front of the ocean, surfing&flyfishing.

  • Member and awarded photographer of the more prestigious international wedding associations
  • Photography graduated, IED (European Design Institute).


francesca vitulano

I have always been very passionate about the visual arts, which have always been at the core of my work and education. I became interested in photojournalism and reportage while studying Set Design abroad until it finally become my job. I am fluent in French and in English and I have always wanted to work in an international and dynamic environment. And this is when wedding photography “happened” to me.

Like any true passion it started with sparkles and excitement and it is something I genuinely love and enjoy doing.

It gives me the chance to join my passion for photography and visual arts with the endless opportunities every shooting offers: being creative, constant development and the chance to experiment.

When not at work I enjoy exploring my artistic side, I have a positive attitude and I am very curious about what every experience can offer me. I take inspiration from every day life and this is why I love travelling and discover new places and cultures. I am particularly fascinated by Northern Europe, which always have to offer new and stimulating ideas. My drawer is full of dreams and I am working towards their realisation.

  • Graduated in Theatre Set Design, Art Academy of Fine and Visual Art, Perugia, Italy
  • Master Degree in Set Design, Eesti Kunstiakadeemia, Tallinn, Estonia



giuseppe nucci

It all started with an SLR camera that I was given as a present during my graduation party. From that moment on, I realised that I would not make much use of my previous studies and that photography would become my life style. I do not like to be in the middle ground and I do not like artefacts. I prefer reality and a way of telling stories which is emotional, silent, built around my relationship with the subjects of my photography. Photojournalism is the way I chose, my way of telling stories.

A photographic story for me is made of emotions, encrusted in elegant compositions.

Playing with light and lines is a ritual which repeats endlessly in the world I live through the viewfinder. I think that truth is the most sophisticated beauty and that simplicity is the essence of elegance. I think that humanity, kindness, sensitivity are the best tools for a professional who decides to capture the whole range of contrasting emotions which live and mix up in such an important day. From 2010 on, I attended several courses and masterclasses in photojournalism, with leading professionals in the international arena. This allowed me to build a language and a way to conceive my profession which totally reflects the way I am.