Phil Scalia is a photographer, artist and teacher. He is the author of four books: 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).
He conducts workshops in Adobe Photoshop through NY Arts-in-Education.
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.
He is a former recipient of an Individual Artist Fellowship from the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts.
Phil lives in the rural Mohawk Valley of New York State.