William Scott: Photographs
William Scott: Photographs

William Scott

William Scott: Photographs

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William Scott: Photographs
William Scott: Photographs



This catalogue, "William Scott: Photographs," features William Scott's best known Gelatin Silver photographs from the past three decades.


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William Scott began pursuing photography in his youth after his father constructed a small darkroom in their home. The mystery of the darkroom was endlessly intriguing and activities surrounding it were fascinating to a curious boy. Later, the desire to explore his environment was kindled and enhanced by his family’s continuing travels to Ireland (the country of his parent’s birth). These trips heightened his awareness of the abiding power of place and left Scott with a keen sense of the unknown. These formative experiences began to focus in high school and finally manifested in the completion of a BA in Photography. After graduation, Scott relocated to San Francisco where he would further perfect his darkroom skills by working as the first darkroom assistant (1994-1998) to Michael Kenna and photo-finisher to renowned photographer, Ruth Bernhard, among others. Today, William Scott is a master photographer who creates his mysterious and poetic sepia and selenium toned gelatin silver photographs in editions of ninety. Each of his unique, meticulously handmade and split-toned photographs is the culmination of nearly thirty years of dedication to the discipline of classical wet darkroom craftsmanship.