We’re proud to announce that internationally renowned photographer and videographer will be joining the official lineup for CARBON 2013. Speaking alongside graffiti culture luminaries Henry Chalfant and Martha Cooper, Robson-Scott will be presenting as part of the highly anticipated Film & Photography forum.
“Drawn to a career in photography largely by accident, Will Robson-Scott burst on to the scene in 2009 with the critically acclaimed Crack & Shine book. The seminal text gave the first definitive look at London’s illegal graffiti scene. His extensive body of work shines a light on those living on the fringes of society, exposing the darker areas of this notoriously elusive and clandestine subculture. The hugely successful follow-up in 2011, Crack & Shine International, applied the essence of the original volume to a global stage, boasting rare photographic documentation of some of the scene’s most influential exponents. Throughout his career, Robson-Scott has worked with titles such as The Independent, Vice, Time Out, I.D., ACCLAIM and Esquire, with a focus on captivating individuals from all walks of life. His film exploits have also found wide acclaim, shooting subjects like Action Bronson, Ricky Powell, and Popek, as well as aCrack & Shine video series developed for Vans OTW. Splitting his time between London and New York, he continues to bridge the divide between the public and the illegal graffiti realm.”
Check out our full interview with Robson-Scott from earlier this year right here.
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