About the Book
Captured, Rock and Roll that's changed the world; Is Scott's first book. Featuring images of musicians who have made an impact, personally, locally or globally, the collection comes from the 2012 Breath of Fresh Air film festival exhibition of the same name. Scott trawled through his extensive archive of 100,000+ photos of 200+ musicians to deliver a bright, vibrant, eye catching series of images that appeal to a wide demographic. Prints from the book can be purchased via firstname.lastname@example.org
Bio -Scott Gelston Scott Gelston is a Launceston based photojournalist. Scott started his photojournalism career in 2004 after studying under Scott Cunningham at Newstead College in Northern Tasmania. He spent the early years of his career working for music industry based street-press, such as The Buzz, Thedwarf.com.au and Sauce before accepting a job with The Examiner in late 2007. His work at The Examiner has taken him to the Solomon Islands to follow the Australian Army Reserve and Bali to cover a project linking Launceston youth with an orphanage in Singaraja, Indonesia. Scott has also worked in Singapore and frequently works on Flinders Island and throughout the eastern states of Australia. His portfolio includes a diverse range of events, genres, personalities and styles of images. Scott has had two rock and roll themed photographic exhibitions, and has an extensive archive of prints available for sale.