Tiziana Rozzo is a fine art photographer based in Boston who visually investigates the connection between identity and cultural history. She believes in the power that photography has not only to tell a story, but also as a way of observation, self-reflection and emotional expression.
Tiziana was born and raised near Venice, Italy and moved to the U.S. in 2005. After a career in Neuroscience at prestigious universities both in Italy and Germany, she focused her energies on taking care of her four young children. During this time she developed an interest in the visual arts. She studied photography at the night workshops in Boston at the Massachusetts Art & Design School and the New England School of Photography (NESOP), and at the The Maine Media Workshops. She is now an assistant teacher at the New England School of Photography in Waltham, MA.
Tiziana has a deep interest in the History of Photography and was a visiting artist at the Paper Conservation Lab, Museum of Fine Art Boston for six months in 2017. She is currently investigating how the history of photography has shaped people's identity in America.
Tiziana has exhibited in many juried group shows in New England, including the Griffith Museum and the DanforthArt Museum. Her portfolio was showcased by the Davis Orton Gallery in 2016. She was a recipient of the Arnold P. Gold Foundation Grant for the Arts, Medicine and Humanities, Harvard Medical School in 2013 and a finalist for the 2016 John Chervinsky Emerging Photographer Scholarship.