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Minnamurra CAFE presents: 

Introducing Brian Scott - Sports photography & Local Landscapes

This is Brian's first Exhibition!

Brian Scott, a native of Kiama, ventured into the world of photography unexpectedly during his teaching days at Brewarrina. Though initially disinterested, a fortunate mentorship with his American housemate, a school art teacher, ignited his passion for the craft. Brian's journey began in the era of black and white film, where he honed his skills in the school darkroom, capturing moments for newsletters, magazines, and local newspapers.

Transitioning to Warilla High School in 1979, Brian's work found a wider audience through contributions to the Kiama Independent Newspaper, a collaboration that lasted over two decades. His dedication to newspaper photography was underscored during three-years at the Sunday Telegraph, where he tackled diverse photographic challenges.

Amidst accolades such as winning the Australian Photography Magazine Black and White Photographer of the Year, and placing in prestigious international competitions, Brian's passion remains rooted in sports photography and local landscapes. For the past four years, he has volunteered as a sports photographer for the Kiama Bugle, showcasing his enduring commitment to his craft.


MAP : 1A Rangoon Rd, Minnamurra



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