One Thousand Words - Sean Scott

Australian Wildlife and Nature Photographer

Welcome to WildArk’s ‘One Thousand Words’, in which our favourite wildlife photographers answer questions about themselves with a single image. Wildlife photographers spend hours, months and even years in pursuit of that iconic image. The unpredictability of nature means they must master the art of patience as well as have a thorough understanding of their subject matter. Study each image carefully to see the passion behind their craft as well as the uniqueness of each photographer’s perspective.

Sean Scott is one of Australia’s most well-known wildlife and nature photographers. He has been travelling the world for the past 15 years, capturing some of mother mature’s finest moments. Sean’s highly accredited work is held in the homes and hearts of many Australians. Over the past 12 years Sean has opened several galleries on the Gold Coast. His most recent opening is his gallery in Burleigh Heads.

1. Describe yourself?

2. Where are you from?

3. What go you into photography?

4. Where do you wish you were right now?

5. What inspires you?

6. Favourite subject to photograph?

6. What makes the best photographs?

8. What is your weapon of choice?

9. Current mood?

10. What does the wild mean to you?

Find out more about Sean’s work by visiting his website