The day Kieran Scott decided to focus on food, in the late 1980s, he arranged some pasta, tomatoes and basil on a table and shot them from overhead. People thought he was mad, but he was just beginning to rewrite the rules of the genre.
His work was soon picked up by premium magazines in Australasia and he started shooting pioneering features of his own design – winemakers dining at home, documentary-style with portraits and action, or a chef cooking on the beach – creating images full of energy and movement.
Sought-after by major international magazines, he loves to shoot people engaged in reality and never tires of shooting food. He would be really happy if he could get to all his jobs on his Vespa.