Though Scott has built a career photographing the famous, he’s just as interested in capturing the lives of ordinary human beings.
“I love working with everyday people in their own environments,” he says.
McAulay’s skill in creating compelling portraits is evident in both his commercial and personal work. He spent two months on location in Nicaragua shooting Survivor, and while there, began his project In My Ute, documenting the hitchhikers he picked up each day. Photographs of his young son Oscar have also sent his work in a new direction.
“I’ve photographed a broad spectrum of people, and tend to get on well with everyone,” he says.