Scott Canterbury Campbell

Scott Canterbury Campbell was born in New York in 1963, and in the summer of 1977 moved to his mother’s birthplace, Clarksville, Texas. Youngest of five, son of a aerospace technician and grandson of a master carpenter and wood carver, Scott continues the tradition of tinkering with his hands. Working in wood and other mediums, he often creates things to use with his photography.


An early curiosity in photography developed in Scott as a youngster. His older brother, George, would pose him in photographs for art class assignments. This was endorsed in high school when the yearbook coordinator took Scott from a study hall class and set him up in the darkroom developing film and prints.


Graduating with top honors from Kilgore College under the direction of O. Rufus Lovett, Scott continued his education attending many workshops including the Ansel Adams Friends of Photography, Ruth Bernhard, John Sexton, Michael Kenna, Ray McSavaney, Keith Carter, Dean Collins and True Redd. He attended the Graphic Arts Technical Foundation in Pittsburgh, PA specializing his skills on digital imaging process controls, color management, and G7 certification.


Working as a commercial photographer at one of the largest photography studios in East Texas for over 30 years, Scott embraced the transition from film to digital early. He developed and implemented many successful digital workflow processes for Dynamic Resource Group, the primary company he works for.


He served on the Advisory Board for the Kilgore College Photography Program and the Board of Directors of the Texas Photographic Society.


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