My name is Antonio Pulsone

Call me Tony (everyone does). I’m from a small town just West of Boston, and while I don’t have much of an accent – occasionally I’ll have “Idears” and proudly profess a love for “Pizzer.”

People, Places, Things. That’s what you can photograph, and me: I’m a ‘People Person.’ I’ve been photographing people professionally for over two decades. I apprenticed under a master photographer for two years before hanging out my own shingle, spent a week studying with a Pulitzer Prize Finalist, and then another week under a Pulitzer Prize Winner.

My images have appeared up on the big screens of New York City’s Time’s Square, The Boston Globe, the Boston Herald, in Technology Review, and across the world’s news-wires. My clients include the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard University, Trader Joe’s, private and public companies, and lots of classical musicians. I’ve photographed weddings in Alaska, Atlanta, The Bahamas, Chicago, and throughout the Northeast.