it is now my sixteenth year in brevard county and i cannot believe all of the wonderful experiences that i had. the opportunities from so many nice people have been a God send. i truly enjoy my work and strive to lift the bar. i look forward to the new and exciting adventures ahead.

thank you, my friends. it’s been a
wonderful journey.

ray baldino

call me ray

the story

“With an engineer’s mind, a musician’s soul, and an artist’s eye, Ray Baldino turns ordinary images into cherished masterpieces. He is known for his interesting approach when it comes to classic portraiture by including methods of painting and design that make every single one of his photographs unique. He can take any subject and find the most beautiful, captivating, and interesting aspect of it and capture it in an image that can never be replicated.”

"He is truly a talented artist. His work is beautiful, his studio is beautiful, and he is always a pleasure to work with. He always makes us feel like superstars. He will be my photographer for many years to come".

Master Photographer

Meet Ray Baldino, owner and operator of Baldino Studios in Cocoa Beach, Florida. With many years of formal education and competitions, Ray has earned the coveted title of Master Photographer awarded by the PPA (Professional Photographers of America). He has been featured in the Professional Photographers of America’s International Loan Collection five times.

On the weekends can be found tinkering in his garage, or relaxing with his wife Diahn and enjoying a cigar. He has a fondness for sixties vintage styles and fashion. It wouldn't be strange to hear that Ray & Diahn are traveling in their Airstream to relax and enjoy life. 

Ray’s commitment to the community has led to gifts and donations for many years. He has published two books. The first was Brick by Brick which included the many celebrities of Brevard. The artwork was featured in the Brevard Art Museum. His second book, B Pink, featured over sixty breast cancer patients and survivors, capturing their journey. It became a tool in the breast cancer community, and a gift of hope to those newly diagnosed. 

est 2004