Boston-based Donna Tramontozzi explores the natural world and the human experience through her photography. An enthusiastic traveler, Donna uses the photographic possibilities she finds in new places to make sense of our commonalities in the world we share. A former high tech executive and business owner, she now seeks to create images that convey the joy and surprise that travel offers.
Donna has studied at the Santa Fe Photographic workshops and participated in Atelier 22, 23 and 24 classes at the Griffin Museum of Photography. Her work was chosen for the 2016 juried show Projections! in Boston. A photo from her Flow project was chosen for the cover of a best selling Psychology textbook. In 2017, she had her first solo exhibition at one of the Griffin Museum’s satellite galleries.