Erica DiGiovanni is a photographic artist dedicating her career to marine conservation. What interests her, in particular, is human destructive habits and how they affect our water planet. She is fascinated with the irony of how human survival directly depends on the very oceans it is destroying. In her current body of work, she incorporates pollutants into the imagery as a way to express the severity of the situation we have created for ourselves and all other living species.
Erica was born and raised in New York. She attended Brooks Institute earning her BFA in Professional Photography with a focus in wedding and portraiture. Erica's passion for the ocean started the summer after graduation when she became scuba certified and went diving in the Channel Islands, falling in love with the ocean and its magnificent creatures. She returned to Brooks Institute to get her Masters in Fine Art Photography and transferred to the Academy of Art University after the Brooks closure.
Marine Conservation is Our Future
Human Survival is Directly Dependent on the very
Oceans Humans are Destroying...