I'm a documentary photographer. I document important experiences so you can share your story with the world.
Have an experience you think is worth preserving and sharing with others? I serve companies, nonprofits and individuals who want to share their story.
I believe important experiences represent an opportunity to remind and thank those who made the experience possible. We spend so much time planning the experience; it's important document it as well.
I look forward to hearing from you and discussing your experience.
Scott Bennett has been a photographer since the age of 8, when his father handed him his first camera. Bennett studied advertising at the University of Texas in Austin. He enjoyed a successful career in advertising, marketing and management working with some of the best brands in the world, including Kraft, General Mills, Verizon, and the American Cancer Society. Bennett brings business savvy and creative insight to the table. His approach to photography is to blend in, allowing him to capture the most candid and expressive moments that define the essence of an experience. Bennett lives in Frisco, Texas. He has three grown children. His youngest, Sam, is on the autism spectrum and is intellectually and developmentally challenged.
For years, I was a devoted Canon user. In 2013 I tried the FujiFilm XT-1. And shortly thereafter, I sold my Canon system and converted completely to FujiFilm. I now shoot exclusively with the Fuji XT-2, XT-1 and Fuji X Pro-2. The Fuji X cameras are a beauty to hold. I fell in love with their smaller profile and retro design. The photo quality is film like and is simply outstanding. Fuji's mirrorless system allows me to travel light, to blend in, and precisely capture the light, the scene and the inherent emotion as I see it in my eye. It's the perfect tool for an observer like me.