Anthony Attardo is a Southern New Hampshire based emerging photographer. He is passionate about using his camera to illustrate the essence of the day to day found in small urban spaces, and as a means to bring cultures and lives together.
From an early age, the conversation at the Attardo family dinner table wasn’t about food, it was treating people with dignity and respect no matter where they were in life, what they looked like, or where they came from. Today, this powerful lesson is the driving force of Anthony’s photography. His photographs tell stories from a personal perspective, and his images reveal a belief that respect and humility are the greatest common denominators.
Anthony’s photographs have been exhibited at the Vermont Center for Photography in Brattleboro, VT, the Brush Art Gallery in Lowell, MA, and the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA.
He has studied at the New England School of Photography, the New Hampshire Institute of Art, and the Photography Atelier at the Griffin Museum of Photography.