Anthony Tulliani is a Boston-based photographer specializing in portrait and lifestyle photography. Anthony graduated in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in photography and has since spent his time working as a freelance photographer, photographic assistant, and digital tech. Anthony has also been working as an instructor at Boston Photography Workshops since 2016.
Anthony initially began college studying graphic design. It was during this time that he took a photography class, and his whole path changed. He ended up changing his major to photography, got an internship at a commercial photo studio while still in school, and saturated himself in the field, frequenting events, lectures, and seminars.
One of things Anthony appreciates about photography is that it is something anyone can do, anywhere. Anthony hopes to make photography more accessible for everyone, and he proves this through his teaching with BPW, as well as his unapologetic habit of utilizing his phone as a camera, even when he has a DSLR with him. Anthony lights up when talking about photography, and has always enjoyed helping people, so teaching photography seemed like a natural move. Anthony teaches many different classes for the BPW, and enjoys sharing with his students how technical and diverse photography can be, and how photography has the power to speak and convey meaning.
Anthony’s dream is to go to space and take a picture of the Earth, so if you have any leads on how to make this happen, please contact him here.