James Nocito received his BA in Art from Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburh, and did graduate work at Columbia University, New York City. His art, prints and posters have been widely exhibited in the United States and Canada in such formats as Littlejohn-Smith Gallery, Chuck Levitan Gallery (both in New York City), Del Bello Gallery, Toronto, The Society of American Artists, Santa Fe, and the Athenaeum, La Jolla.
His art, prints and posters have appeared in many publications including the Los Angeles Times Book Review, How Magazine and Sand Diego Home/Garden Magazine. The fabric designs he creates have been included in the collections of Donna Karan, Joseph Abboud and Ann Klein, as well as the private label collections of Barneys, Henri Bendel and Bergdorf Goodman.
His book of art, prints and psoters, FOUND LIVES: A COLLECTION OF FOUND PHOTOGRAPHS, was published in 1998 by Gibbs Smith Publishers.