Phil Scalia is a photographer, artist and teacher. He is the author of four books of photographs: Firing (Harp Seal Editions 1992, [out of print]), Studies in Racial Senescence (Bokeh Press 2014), Collecting Scalps with Paul Bley (Cherry Valley Editions), letterhead printed by Bottle of Smoke Press 2017, and Scratch-off Nation (self-published, 2017). In 2018 he published Little Falls but a Lot Goes Down, a magazine of iphone photos.

He conducts workshops in Adobe Photoshop.

 
 
 

 

Read a memoir of Phil at age thirteen, by humorist Ellis "Otts" Weiner, in the February 1990 issue of Spy Magazine: "Class Clown, or Anarchoguerilla Liberator of Youth?"

Read Michael Limnios's interview with Phil.

Read Phil's poem "The Confessions of St. Augustine, Florida", at Ginger Eades' Hipsters, Hustlers and Highjivers blog.

He is a former recipient of an Individual Artist Fellowship from the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts.

Latest news --

September 27, 2019 - Come meet Phil and see his work at the launching reception for the Flat File program at Collar Works, 621 River Street in Troy NY, 5-8pm.

July 6, 2019 - Phil is the featured artist at Munson Williams Proctor Museum in Utica, NY.