GIF of M. Scott Brauer photographing a John Kasich media avail in 2015 via Showtime’s The Circus, episode 2.
M. Scott Brauer is a photographer based in Boston, Massachusetts. He works for national and international newspapers and magazines. A list of clients, awards, and exhibitions can be seen here. He is a writer for World Press Photo’s Witness. He was a co-founder of the now defunct dvafoto a blog about photojournalism. He is a contributor to Raw View magazine.
The current project on American politics is an extension of his work on the 2016 presidential election, This is the worst party I’ve ever been to. Thus far, the 2020 project has been largely self-directed, but has included an important early assignment covering Buttigieg’s ascendance for New York magazine. Images from the March for Our Lives protest and from the conflict surrounding Trump’s inauguration have been recognized by American Photography.
Work from the 2016 campaign was assigned, supported, or otherwise published by Esquire, Bloomberg Businessweek (NH Primary, RNC, Bus to November and election night), Time (Jim Gilmore campaigning in NH, general licensing and recognition), Mother Jones (RNC and DNC), Stern, Newsweek, the New Republic, The Globe and Mail, the Wall Street Journal, New York’s Daily Intelligencer, Le Monde’s weekend magazine M, Fluter.de, and others.
The 2016 work was exhibited widely, including at the LUMIX Festival for Young Photojournalism, Kaunas Photo Festival, Sofia Photo Festival, Organ Vida Photo Festival, Feztival Vizualizator, ICP’s Winning the White House exhibition in New York and New Jersey, Magenta’s Flash Forward Festival, and American Photography.
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