Sally Bozzuto is a mixed media artist and educator living in Brooklyn, NY. She graduated in 2013 from the School of Visual Arts in New York City with a masters in photography, video and related media. She also holds a BFA from Carnegie Mellon University and a certificate in photography from Pittsburgh Filmmakers.
Her work has been shown regionally and nationally at venues such as The Visual Arts Gallery, Arlington Arts Center, Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, NURTUREart, Silver Eye Center for Photography, Pittsburgh Filmmakers, Wood Street Galleries, Fe Gallery, Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and is part of several private collections including Carnegie Mellon University and Pittsburgh Filmmakers. Her photographs have been published in Camera-9, The Artist Catalogue, Mixmag, and Fretboard Journal.
Recently she currently teaches at the 92nd Street Y and works freelance.
In the past she has worked as a photographer and educator for a wide range of arts organizations in the greater Pittsburgh area including Pittsburgh Filmmakers, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Silver Eye Center for Photography, the Carnegie Museum of Art, the Children's Museum of Pittsburgh, Manchester Craftsmen's Guild and Sweetwater Center for the Arts.
Sally Bozzuto is also a founding member of the Pittsburgh artist collective Ag Works.