Photographer Bradley Scott is all about taking risks, which is why his forthcoming book and exhibition “LOLA” is probably not suitable for prudes.
His provocative, eye-catching body of work will be on show at Black Eye Gallery in Australia next month. Exploring Bradley’s youth and generation through images of sex, music and food, “LOLA” champions a belief that no moment is too sacred or too banal. Bradley’s work is for you “whether you’re horny, hungry or looking for salvation”.
Ahead of the opening, we caught up with the Australian photographer to discuss why honesty works, his love for LA and the role of sex in art.