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Scott Graham Bell

Scott Graham Bell

Scott Bell was born in 1966 and introduced to photography as a young boy by his father who gave him his first camera and shared with him a love and knowledge of the medium.  Scott received formal training and graduated from The Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, California, in 1992.  During the course of his study there, he was given the honor of a one-man show  which included his entire portfolio works.  He has distinguished himself as a photographer in the ranching world, winning top awards in the 1991 and 1992 Arizona Cattleman's Convention photography exhibit in Prescott, Arizona.

"For the past ten years, I have been a cattle rancher at the ZZ Cattle Corporation in Nogales, Arizona.  This has been a family owned working cattle ranch since 1938.  I have lived, worked, photographed and experienced cattle ranching near the Mexican border.  The cowboys I work with are older,  wiser and much more experienced than I am.  The cowboys have a rich knowledge of the ranching life and of the natural world in general.  I feel honored to have had them accept me and my camera into their realm.  I hope this collection of photographs adequately expresses the deep respect I have for the individuals and traditions that are part of the cattle ranching experience in Southern Arizona."

Exhibitions:

Arizona border to border in Black and White, Tubac Center of the Arts, October, 1998

Graham Bell Gallery, Tubac, Arizona, October 1999 to present.


Private Collections:

Ruby Road, Nogales, Arizona

Periodicals:

Alaskan Airlines
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