Scott Brindle is a documentary photographer and videographer originally from London, U.K..

Largely influenced by London street culture, Scott sees the world in a different way; he is focused on capturing current affairs around the globe. Scott looks to tell real stories in a unique way. Whether his subject is famine, genocide, war, or daily life, Scott's work sheds light on international humanitarian crises, as he aims to highlight real-life situations and conditions through photo and video.

Scott has worked with a wide range of non-governmental organisations spanning the globe. Past clients include:

Sub-Saharan Africa Region:

  • Guba [Swaziland]
  • Swaziland Animal Welfare Society (S.A.W.S) [Swaziland]
  • Moya Center [Swaziland]
  • All Out Africa Foundation [Mozambique, South Africa, Swaziland]
  • All Out Africa Tours [Mozambique, South Africa, Swaziland]
  • Kitendo Children's Charity (KCC) [Kenya]

Middle East and North Africa Region:

  • Project Hope [West Bank, Palestine]

Asia Region:

  • Converse China* [China]


  • Fruit Cult [United Kingdom]

Scott is currently based in Naivasha, Kenya.

Scott Brindle's CV

*Scott's work was exhibited as part of a collaborative project in Shanghai, China.

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