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Philip Scalia is a photographer,
artist, satirist and teacher of Adobe Photoshop.

He is an Adobe Certified Expert (A.C.E.) in Adobe Photohop.

Read a memoir of Phil as Adolescent Trickster, by humorist Ellis Weiner in the February 1990 issue of Spy Magazine: "Class Clown, or Anarchoguerilla Liberator of Youth?".


Two "Compounds" - Solstice and Fear of Eclipse - are in a show at Troy Photocenter in Troy, NY.

Judging the 2012 Skidmore photo contest, http://www.skidmore.edu/photocontest/index.php

Phil was one of four artists chosen for Saratoga ArtsFest, June 7-10, 2012.

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

"DERIVATIVE" was on display at the Arkell Museum, Canajoharie, NY, January 2012

Official judge for the Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor Commission Annual Photo Contest, Sept 2011, Waterford, NY.

Phil has a photo in the award-winning movie "Beautiful Darling: The Life and Times of Candy Darling".

Phil did the cover art for Jeff Palmer's award-winning CD : Permutation


Time Magazine, March 2012, Why I Want to be President of the World Bank
Forbes Magazine, Living in One of America's Prettiest Towns, Apr 2012
Frommer's New York City 2011
Forbes, America's Prettiest Neighborhoods
Smithsonian, The Surprisingly Exciting World of Mushroom Picking
Travel and Leisure, America's Best Cities for People-Watching, Apr 2011
The Telegraph (UK), Guernsey Must Do More To Stop Money Laundering, Jan 2011
Forbes, Great American Castles, Dec 2010
Vogue Daily, Fashion Night Out at Macy's, Sept 2010
Travel and Leisure, New Orleans Attracts More Visitors, Aug 2010
MSNBC.com, America's Best Picnic Spots, Aug 2010
Elle Decor Magazine, March 2010, Elle Decor Goes To Baltimore
The Guardian (UK), The Mardi Gras King Cake, Feb 2010
Frommer's New York City, Silverman et al, 2010
Sacred Places of a Lifetime, National Geographic, 2010
The Mohawk, David C. King, 2010
Comcast.net, 10 Worst Cities For Jobs This Fall, Sept 2009
Bizarre, Creepy Hoaxes, Kelly Regan Barnhill, 2009
All Around New York, Regions and Resources, Heinemann 2009
Maryland, Marshall Cavendish Benchmark, 2009 - cover photo
Delaware, Marshall Cavendish Benchmark, 2009
Frommer's New York State 2009 - cover photo
All Around New York, Heinemann-Raintree, 2009
Atlantic Monthly, A Hundred Miles on the Erie Canal, October 2009, Rachel Dickinson
Exploring American History, Marshall Cavendish 2008
The Erie Canal, Lisa Bullard
Complete First Certificate Student's Book With Answers, Guy Brook-Hart
Macroeconomics, Roger A. Arnold
Amazing and Unusual USA, Jeff Bahr
New York Yesterday and Today, Meg Schneider
Joseph Brant and his World, James Paxton
Peru (Eyewitness Travel Guide)
World Music, Traditions and Transformations, Michael B. Bakan, 2007
The Huron, David C. King, 2007
Fodor's Peru, 3rd Edition
Where To Go When: The Americas, Joseph Rosendo
Fodor's Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire, 11th Edition
Fodor's New England, 28th Edition
Frommer's 24 Great Walks in New York, Michelle and James Nevius
Drugs and Society, Glen Hanson
New York Washington DC and the Mid-Atlantic Trips (Regional Guide), Karlin and Otis
Unexplained: An Encyclopedia of Curious Phenomena, Strange Superstitions and Ancient Mysteries, Judy Allen
The Rough Guide to New England 4, Ken Derry et al
Criminalistics: Forensic Science and Crime, James Girard
Handbook of World Religions, Len Woods
Visualizing Earth History, Loren Babcock
Seven Wonders of Ancient North America, 2008, Michael Woods
Under The Legislature of the Stars: 62 New Hampshire Poets, Mark Decarteret
Floods, Mary Winget
Mansa Musa Leader of Mali, Lisa Zamorsky