A. Vincent Scarano is a highly imaginative and creative photographer specializing in high quality full service digital photography including commercial, advertising, editorial, architectural, personal web and executive portraiture, actor head shots, marine, music and theater promotion, fashion/modeling portfolios, and special event photography. His works have been featured in exhibitions, television documentaries, advertising campaigns and brochures, website content, magazines, annual reports, catalogues, modeling portfolios, educational textbooks, newspapers and architectural digests. He works in all digital photographic formats and all PhotoShop and Adobe design and retouching platforms. His downtown New London studio is well equipped and conveniently located between New York and Boston for all types of set ups and photo sessions. Studio and photo services are also available on location. Please have a look at his work and contact him for your next photographic project.
Published photography credits include: The New York Times, London Times, Bejing Daily News, Washington Post, Cleveland Plain Dealer, Los Angeles Times, Newsweek Magazine, Atlanta Constitution, Detroit Free Press, Philadelphia Enquirer, Tampa Tribune, Le Figaro, Baltimore Post, Yankee Magazine, INK Magazine, Bergen Record, Boston Globe, Christian Science Monitor, Playbill Magazine, The New Age Journal, Hartford Courant, Yale Daily News, American Theater Magazine, The New London Day, Broadway World, Eugene O'Neill's New London.
Recently 36 years of his theater photography work was published in a book entitled "The O'Neill: The Transformation of Modern American Theater" Yale University Press.
Photographs are featured on a 2015 worldwide release of PBS American Masters documentary entitled "August Wilson,The Ground On Which I Stand"
Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale University currently has over 3,000 photographic prints spanning 20 years of his theater photography from the O'Neill Theater Center's National Playwrights Conference from the collection of Mr. Lloyd Richards.
Exhibitions: " Launchpad of the American Theater" New York Public Library Museum of The Performing Arts at Lincoln Center (2014), "Conversations With the Camera" Hartford Public Library, " The Amistad" Amistad House, Hartford, Ct (now in the permanent collection at the Library at Wesleyan University) "Seven Districts" Lyman Allyn Museum, "A Black and White Reality" Underground Gallery, New York City and Yale University, " Forces of Nature" Hygienic Art Gallery, "New London Tryptic, Three Friends, Three Visions" Hygienic Art Gallery.
Eugene O'Neill Theater Center
Waterford Hotel Group
City of New London
Hygienic Art. Inc
Marina Maher Communications
Mariani & Reck LLC
National Theater of the Deaf
National Coast Guard Museum Association
New London Harbour Towers
David Dorfman dance Co.
Inter District School for Arts and Communication
Cole Publishing Co.
Eastern Connecticut Symphony