Photographer and fine artist Scott Whittle has been photographing weddings for over ten years, both nationally and internationally. He creatively uses a wide variety of cameras to achieve an uncommon level of stylistic variety and depth of sentiment in his photographs. Through Scott’s technical virtuosity, his clients receive a body of work that is elevated beyond documentation, to an artistic expression that transcribes the emotional arc of the day on film. His working style is both candid and discreet, and he works closely with his clients to create a unique vision of their wedding.
Scott has an MFA in photography from the School of Visual Arts, and a BA from Northwestern University. He is a fellow if the MacDowell Art Colony, and his artwork is in numerous private collections. His work has appeared in Martha Stewart Weddings, Modern Bride, the Village Voice, the Daily News, the New York Observer, Travel and Leisure, Town and Country, the New York Times, the New York Post, and many others.
"Scott is excellent at catching those precious, quiet moments of the wedding day. He has a talented eye for personal and dramatic details, while making the viewer feel the true energy of the overall event."
-Stephanie Heizmann-Auerback, Art Director, TheKnot.com
"Scott did a great job at my daughter's wedding. He was professional and discreet, and the pictures were wonderful. Scott is also personable, receptive, and quick to react to expressed needs. I would highly recommend him for any important event."
-Agnes Gund, Director, Museum of Modern Art
"Scott is a wonderful photographer. Every time we've worked together, he's been friendly, helpful, and very quick with the camera! We love his photos, and recommend him highly."
-Norman Pearlstein, CEO, Time, Inc. and Nancy Friday, Feminist Author