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HomeContents > People > Photographers > Jeff Scott

Born:  US, CA, Los Angeles
Active:  US
Website:  www.jeffscottstudio.com
 
  
Contemporary American photographer.

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Jeff Scott has always been something of an independent spirit. Born in Los Angeles in the early 1960’s, Scott indulged his inquisitive and creative nature from an early age. With little formal education and a cheap camera in his hand, he set himself on a course that would lead him to become one of the most inspiring young photographers working today. Like so many truly dedicated artists, Scott began taking photographs as a hobby out of pure love for the medium. For years, Scott worked as a Freelance commercial photographer, working in fashion and celebrity photography throughout the world with some of the most prominent names in the industry like Bill King, John Stembler, Douglas Kirkland, and Hollywood film producer Roger Corman. Although this brought him great success and name recognition in the industry, Scott felt that something was still missing in his life.
 
When the riots hit Los Angeles in 1992, Scott’s life took a dramatic turn. Like many other LA residents who had had enough, Scott left California. With camera in hand, he began driving across America with no real plans except to find a more conducive creative environment. Through this journey, Scott rediscovered his creative passion for making art and has never looked back. For the first time in his career, he began capturing images that he felt unveiled his own vision and his own representation of beauty. He has a strong connection with the historic beauty of America and he feels a sense of responsibility when it comes to its preservation. Jeff Scott is not only an artist who is a photographer; he is also an archivist of American culture.
 
Along with Watermark, Jeff Scott’s work has been exhibited at galleries in New York City, Austin, Santa Fe, Pittsburg, Dallas, Atlanta, and Memphis, TN among others. His work resides in many collections throughout America including the Dallas Museum of Art, Elvis Presley Enterprises, Polo Ralph Lauren, The National Trust for Historic Preservation, The Smithsonian Institution, Disneyland, and the collection of Art Historian, EA Carmean, Jr. Likewise, his work has been featured in publications such as American Photo, Memphis Business Journal, Photo District News (PDN), and Preservation Magazine. This current exhibition of work is in support of his recently released book entitled, Elvis: The Personal Archives (Channel Photographics, NY).
 
[Courtesy of Watermark Fine Art Photographs & Books, November 2007]
 
Solo exhibitions
 
2006 Elvis: The Personal Archives, Watermark Gallery, Houston, TX
2005 Elvis: The Personal Archives, Jay Etkin Gallery, Memphis, TN
2002 Nocturnal Journey, Kristy Stubbs French Gallery, Dallas, TX
2002 The Personal Elvis Presley II, Jay Etkin Gallery, Memphis, TN
2002 The Personal Elvis Presley, Flatbed Press, Austin, TX
2002 The Personal Elvis Presley II, Gallery Soco, Austin, TX
2001 The Personal Elvis Presley, Jay Etkin Gallery, Memphis, TN
2001 The Personal Elvis Presley, Kimball Art Center, Park City, UT
2000 Vanishing America, Lynn Peri Gallery, Laguna Niguel, CA
2000 Vanishing America, Kimball Art Center, Park City, UT
2000 Vanishing America, Sundance Film Festival, Park City, UT
2000 Vanishing America, Chuck Jones Studio Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
2000 Vanishing America, Matre Gallery, Atlanta, GA
2000 Vanishing America, Karen Mitchell Frank Gallery, Dallas, TX
1999 Lost American Landscape, National Preservation Conference, Washington, DC
 
Group exhibitions
 
2005 Fresh Ink, Prints from Flatbed Press, Salt Lake Art Center, Main Gallery, UT
2003 Where is Elvis? (The Man and His Reflection), Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA
2002 Dreamy Mindscapes, Kristy Stubbs French Gallery, Dallas, TX
2002 Where is Elvis? (The Man and His Reflection), Howard Greenberg Gallery, NYC
2002 Loosely Landscape, Parchman-Stremmel Gallery, San Antonio, TX
2001 Matre Gallery, Atlanta, GA
2001 Parchman-Stremmel Gallery, San Antonio, TX
2001 Jay Etkin Gallery, Memphis, TN
2001 Karen Mitchell Frank Gallery, Dallas, TX
2001 Reinventing the West, Kimball Art Center, Park City, UT
2000 45 Years of Magic, Disney Gallery, Anaheim, CA
2000 Chuck Jones Studio Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
1999 Lost American Landscape, Karen Mitchell Frank Gallery, Dallas, TX
1999 Elements in Architecture, Lynn Peri Gallery, Laguna Niguel, CA
1998 Charity for Giving, Saba Gallery, NYC
1998 Karen Mitchell Frank Gallery, Dallas, TX
1998 America’s Majestic Landscapes, Neiman Marcus, Dallas, TX
1997 LA Young Guns, Kantor Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1997 Warhol, Rauschenberg & Basquiat, Kantor Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
 
Special exhibitions
 
2005 Invitational Exhibition: "Elvis: The Personal Archives" Dallas Historical Society, TX
2002 Invitational Exhibition: Sun Studios-50 Years, Brooks Museum of Art, Memphis TN
2002 Invitational Exhibition: Personal Elvis, San Diego State Fair, Del Mar CA
 
Collections
 
Dallas Museum of Art
Elvis Presley Enterprises
Polo Ralph Lauren
National Trust for Historic Preservation
The Smithsonian Institution
EA Carmean, Jr., Art historian  
  
 
  
 
  
 
  
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