Environmental Portrait Photographer, Scott R. Kline, creates portraits that are warm in tone and color, engaging the viewer by being direct and honest. He illuminates the soul of those he portrays. His collaborative style engages and informs by photographing the subject where they work or play. National and regional publications find that his photographs tell a story that helps the viewer gain insight into their subject. With his extensive business background, Scott understands the needs and deadlines of his clients and makes sure their goals are met. The final product is copiously constructed and creatively unique.
Scott's photographs have appeared in numerous publications including Travel+Leisure, The San Francisco Chronicle, TravelAge Plus and CFO Magazine. He is a contributing photographer at InMenlo.com, where his editorial photographs portray many of the movers and shakers of Silicon Valley. Scott is a member of Editorial Photographers (EP) and American Photographic Artists (APA). He is a graduate of the Academy of Art University where he received an MFA in Photography.
His True Calling portraits catch people doing what they love. The Burning Man portraits celebrate the joy and creativity of that annual festival. His Women with Tattoos series delves into the beauty and art of the tattoo culture.
He also brings his unique sensibilities to bear in creating portraits for several corporate and individual clients, these can be seen in the Work It portfolio. References and examples are available by request. Links to work published on line can be found on the Clients page.
Scott and his wife, Patricia, live in the Dogpatch neighborhood in San Francisco, CA. This eclectic neighborhood houses some of the most interesting and creative people in San Francisco. indogpatch.com features Patricia's interviews and Scott's photos of these fascinating individuals.
Photo: Neko Reindl