“Everything I have experienced comes to bear on my work. I am interested in the human condition. I love to observe, see how people live, eat, exist – to explore politics, memory, emotion, our environment, mix it all up and extract a thought or an idea – then illustrate it.”
I am only really interested in content – technique should be invisible. It’s what’s inside the frame that matters most to me and by virtue of our ever-changing world and how we experience it – my pictures should reflect that.”
Turning to photography from music in 1987, Kieran Scott has travelled and photographed throughout Europe, Middle East, Asia and the United States. His images have been commissioned by and published in numerous national and international magazines. His relaxed realistic style is sort after by designers and Advertising creatives.
He has won the 2000 World Cookbook Awards at Perigueux for Savour the Pacific. And been a finalist on 5 occasions. Twice MPA Photographer of the year and Cathay Pacific NZ Travel Photography Winner. “Go Fish” by Al Brown won best Illustrated book at the NZ Post Book awards in 2012.