Jeremy Scott. Photographer.
I started taken photos while attending Central Jr. High in Springdale, AR. Before long it became who I was. By my junior year at Springdale High School, I was the photo editor of the yearbook and by my senior year I was the editor of the high school yearbook and newspaper. While still in college at the University of Arkansas I became the youngest photographer hired by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. During my 7 years at the newspaper, I won numerous awards including the Green Eyeshade Award. While at the newspaper, my focus ranged from sports photography to daily news.
Soon music photography became my focus. I couldn't see live music without my camera in tow. My music photography career got its’ start at Chesters on Dickson Street in Fayetteville in 1998. I was brought there by a girlfriend for a bluegrass/folk band and immediately fell in love with the venue and the music. Before long, the girlfriend was gone, but I was still constantly going to this little hole in the wall bar to watch bands most people never knew existed. From there it was easy, just add my love of photography with my new found love in live music. Every since then a music photographer is what I consider myself.
Weddings and portraits became natural for me very early. With my love and knowledge of photojournalism, I was able to crossover those talents into shooting a different and unique style in weddings and portraits. I currently shoot weddings with Hudson Photography out of Fayetteville, AR where I focus on weddings, bridals and engagement photos.