Los Angeles contemporary photographer, Scot Sothern captures the bulging belly of America’s darkened streets. Scot Sothern’s photographic journal, “LOWLIFE,” captures the disenfranchised as described, “Cruising nighttime byways for an adrenaline high, Scot Sothern first patronized the marketplace of curbside prostitution on a prurient whim. Diving to the murky depths of sexual obsession he resurfaced five years later, shell shocked, and without excuse. While there, trusty Nikon in hand, Scot snapped what he saw: full-frontal X-rated realities, fine-art documents, black and white, pathos and pizzazz.”
For more information about available work by Scot Sothern please contact the gallery. You can discover more about Scot’s work on his blog Drive-by-Shooting and Things&Stuff. You can order his from the good folks at drkrm and published by Stanley Barker Publishing.