Scott Rossi (b. 1991) is a Canadian photographer, based in New York City. In 2018 he decided to pursue two long-form photography projects related to his upbringing and education: “Burned Out,” which follows youth go-kart drivers and was published in Good Sport Magazine and Ain't-Bad; and “Jazz House,” which explores the subculture of jazz in Vancouver. In 2019, he worked as an assistant for Magnum photographer Bieke Depoorter and cofounded the photography collective: 4AM Collective.
He is currently enrolled in the Documentary Practices and Visual Journalism program at The International Center of Photography.