Capturing the essence of Guam

Victor E. Consaga III is a renowned figure in the world of photography in Guam. With an impressive career spanning over 30 years, he has become a vital part of Guam’s artistic community. His work, often rich in local color and texture, showcases the diverse and vibrant culture of the island.

The Premier Photographer in Guam

Victor’s professional services caters to a diverse clientele, ranging from families to global corporations.

Commercial photography

Architectural, real estate, food photography and promotions. Corporate headshots and branding.

Event Coverage and Portraits

Weddings, funerals and other religious ceremonies. Awards banquets, career promotions and retirement.

Art Reproduction

Photographing 2D and 3D artwork to digital files for publishing online or in print.

Cultural and historical documentation

Art project such as the Guam Museum or HABS/HAER historical documentation. A registered artist with the Guam Council of Arts and Humanities Agency.

Sports Photography

Capturing exciting images of athletes. Currently the official sports photographer of the University of Guam Tritons’ Athletics.

Scenic Images of Guam

Experience the beauty of Guam. Image usage for promotions, editorial, packaging and display.

Photography Education

  • Victor is an adjunct professor of photography
  • for the University of Guam Fine Arts department
  • Leads creative photography workshops at
  • the Valley of the Latte cultural park.

Historic American Building Survey photographer

  • Large format black and white film photography
  • Knowledge of U.S. federal guidelines for photo documentation.
  • High quality scanning services

“I consider Victor Consaga one of Guam’s finest photographers. A versatile professional who has practiced his craft on island for three decades, Victor captures the moment beautifully no matter the occasion. He shares his gift with a kind, courteous spirit which radiates in his photographs. The Archdiocese of Agaña is blessed whenever he lends his talents capturing and chronicling  the historic events of our Church on Guam.”

— Tony C. Diaz,

 Archdiocese of Agaña Director of Communications