Scott Cook is a well experienced Orlando photographer who has shot for many notable brands such as Wal-Mart, McDonalds, UNICEF, Getty, CNN, Forbes, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, New York Post, and the New York Daily News, among others. He has traveled to many different continents for his work, for example, has done projects in Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Haiti, Costa Rica, and the Dominican Republic. In both 2015 and 2016, Scott was honored as the CASE Photographer of the Year (Council for Advancement and Support of Education).


Beyond his skills as a photographer and creative, Scott is very much a people person. A favorite part of his job is he loves getting to know new people, and ultimately prefers projects that will be a part of a lasting impact in the lives of others. His approachable demeanor is a key part of his ability to help subjects feel comfortable and natural, which shows across all of his work.


Scott is originally from West Palm Beach, Florida, and graduated from Daytona State College with a degree in photography. He and his wife Laura have two young kids, Violet and Emma.



Higher Education


Dominican Republic

Sierra Leone