Scott Alario (b. 1983, New Haven) is an artist living and working in Providence, RI. His practice uses photography and is a collaboration with his wife Marguerite Keyes, and children Elska and Marco Moon. The family works together to stage, perform, and edit the images.
Alario received an MFA in Photography from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2013 and a BFA from the Masachusetts College of Art in 2006.
Group exhibitions include Surface to Air, (curated by RJ Supa) RadiatorArts, Long Island City, NY, 2016, Love 2016 (curated by Rachel Stern), LeRoy Nieman Center for Print Studies, Columbia University, NY, 2016, and Touch the Moon, (curated by Kristen Lorello) Louis B. James, NY, 2014. His work has been discussed in Collector Daily, Time Lightbox, Vice.com, American Photograph, and The New Yorker, among other publications. Alario was the recipient of the Winter 2017 TIS books Essential Non-essentials Grant, was a 2013 Critical Mass Finalist and the recipient of a 2012 Fellowship Merit Award from the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts. Alario's work is represented by Kristen Lorello, NY.