Softly spoken and measured in her words, Scott’s eyes light up when reflecting on the images she has created over the years – some of which are edited and curated for a new exhibition set to be unveiled at MATCHESFASHION.COM’s Mayfair townhouse, 5 Carlos Place. Hosted in partnership with Sion & Moore gallery, the showcase is Scott’s first ever solo exhibition and saw the photographer crop into photographs from her archive to reframe the image focusing on the women – rather than the clothes or surroundings. 'I started zooming in on the faces of girls in my images and realised that by pairing down the information – narrative and location – what was left was a very frank and direct look to camera, which emphasised the relationship between myself and the subject.'
Still based in London despite travelling widely for her job, Scott has crafted a lifestyle that allows for plenty of movement and constant change. ‘If I’m in London I will start the day with a walk around Kensington and Hyde Park with my dog Kip,’ she says. ‘Usually with a coffee and toast by the Serpentine. The rest of the day could be spent doing research for photoshoots or for designers, casting, scouting locations, set design, shooting, editing, printing and layouts. My favourite things to do are spending time with Lola, taking photos, walking, swimming, being by the sea, watching movies, reading, hanging out with friends and good dinners.’