One Artist : Limitless Imagination
Award Winning Photography and Fantastical Sculpture
Hilary Scott has over thirty years of experience photographing theatrical and musical performance. In that time, he has built a reputation for capturing dynamic images with a minimum profile to a live audience. If you want the decisive moment, but want it silently, he can help.
Scott Photography also has a broad range of color and black and white images available for license. Our archive spans sixty years of architectural, industrial, landscape, and performance images. All licenses are priced on a sliding industry-standard scale dependent on the type of publication, print run, and size of the reproduced image. Let us help you find just the image you need.
“People have pegged me as a whimsical sculptor,” says Somerville’s Hilary Scott. “I enjoy faces, I enjoy making large things. I think of myself as a problem solver.” At his home on Browning Road, you’ll find cats (and mice) gearing up for battle, along with rocket ships, sea creatures on the ceiling and dinosaurs in the yard.
“The more I begin to externalize my imagination, the more comfortable I become in my surroundings,” he says. He started making more and more, building bigger projects and experimenting with new mediums. “I think of myself as a problem solver,” he says. “I find a material and think, ‘Well, what can I do with this?’”
Walter H. Scott
Photographer Walter Hilton Scott silently captured the most poignant moments of the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s performances at Tanglewood for over three decades. This vast trove of his treasured images is curated and licensed by his son, Hilary Scott.
Please contact us if you are interested in any of his photographs.