Archy LaSalle received a Bachelor of Art degree in Photography with honors from the Massachusetts College of Art in 1982.

Early in his career, Mr. LaSalle received national and international attention for his artistic documentation of the M.B.T.A. Orange Line Southwest Corridor subway system project in Boston. He was awarded an artist's residency at the Foundation Karolyi in Vence, France. His work in France subsequently earned him a residency at Cite Internationale des Artes in Paris. In 2007, he was the recipient of an ART grant from The Philanthropic Initiative for a photographic project in South Africa.

His work has been exhibited in Boston at the Museum of Fine Arts, Photographic Resource Center, Boston Architectural Center, Panopticon Gallery, and the DeCordova Musuem.

In conjunction with his artistic career, Mr. LaSalle is a committed and dedicated educator who lectures frequently at art institutions. He has taught photography at universities and high schools here and abroad. Archy LaSalle was the 2009 winner of the Excellence in Teaching National Award by CENTER in Santa Fe, New Mexico.