Scott Martin works at night with a camera and handheld flashlights. His images are made slowly, expanding and stretching the photographic moment often over several hours of long exposure, layering and painting with light. He loves to study spaces in transition, and is naturally drawn to the character of Pearl's historic brewery buildings––once busy with the process of making beer–– now quietly awaiting reuse.
Although Scott's images are made using high resolution digital equipment, they are developed and printed without the use of Photoshop. His creative process happens onsite and in-camera, and not afterwards in "post." Scott also teaches photography workshops throughout the country, and provides one-on-one training with pro photographers in the field. Working at night, painting with flashlights, enjoying craft beers, and finding the extraordinary in the ordinary are some of his favorite topics of discussion.