In unpredictable moments, I find myself elevated above the everyday; transcending without moving. Early light cuts through my window to highlight a delicate closet handle. An oversized sweater frames a vague, feminine form. Sudden fog chokes away sight and sound, and freezes me in my tracks like a trespasser. In these moments, I am worthless toward anything other than the effort to make one, great photo. Outside of these moments, I'm using my camera to coerce normalcy into sublimity.


"Christopher J. Scott brings us fleeting moments of simplicity in today’s hectic America. His landscape work shows varying qualities of light and shadow, sunshine and twilight and their interplay with the symmetry of man-made structures imposed on nature’s gentle shapes. He brings his eye for isolation and stillness to urban scenes."
Will Toft