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    My name is Scott, and I’m a filmmaker and photographer with a passion for Parkour, storytelling and international travel.
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Lisbon

In January, Talia and I took a short city break to Lisbon. I’d heard that it was a rather hilly city, but I was not ready for the level of hill that we experienced. In Lisbon, every day is leg day!

We explored the winding cobbled streets, up and down stairs and slopes. Our main tourist stops were the castles and cathedrals, the castle especially which offered fantastic views of the city.

Even though it was January, the weather was a wonderful 19C and sunny. Here are a set of some ‘tourist’ photos I shot on my Canon G7X, check them out!

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Liverpool in the Fog

I visited the foggy city of Liverpool to join some urban exploration missions that my friends Danny and Stevy had been on recently.

While growing up, I spent many months visiting Liverpool and in some ways I grew up there as a result. Along with Cambridge and London, Liverpool would be my next most well known part of the UK. It’s also got some pretty interesting architecture, especially its two famous cathedrals.

What follow are a collection of images from the few days I spent up north, all shot with just my point and shoot wonder, the Canon G7x.

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Damsel and the Dam

Recently, I’ve been enjoying shooting with women who move, as its a nice change from my typical fare. Miranda is a Ballet dancer living in LA, so I knew we had to shoot something with her while I was there.

We tripped out to Sepulveda Dam and shot this series of photos. I liked the contrast with the large concrete shapes of the Dam, versus the beautiful and light movements of Miranda’s dancing. She was so excited about the location and getting the perfect positions for the movements, and her passion clearly carried into the images that follow.

All these images were shot with Canon 5D3 at 85mm. Check them out!

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