Photograph by Pamela Scott


David P Scott is a fully insured professional photographer and videographer working across Scotland including Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow.

David creates bold, colourful and vibrant imagery for a range of clients and projects including a-n, Architecture Fringe, Chartered Institute of Housing, Creative Dundee, Creative Edinburgh, Crisis, Dundee Print Collective, Edinburgh Architectural Association, Edinburgh Carers’ Council, Future Positive, Hot Chocolate Trust, Jazz  Scotland, Leisure & Culture Dundee, Lothian Presbytery, NHS Tayside, Product Tank Edinburgh, State of Print, Parish of Traprain, University of Edinburgh Business School and Which? amongst others.

David graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in 2006 with an honours degree in Fine Art. His work has appeared in exhibitions at various venues including the Cooper Gallery, Dundee’s City Square, The McManus Art Gallery & Museum, Royal Scottish Academy and Scottish Arts Club and been short-listed for the Palme-Dewar Short Film Competition and Scottish Portrait Awards.

David’s work as a freelance artist can be found at and involves painting, printmaking and photography alongside various collaborations and experiments. He works as a freelance artist/tutor/facilitator with Dundee Contemporary Arts, The McManus Art Gallery & Museum and Tayside Healthcare Arts Trust amongst others. He is a member of Creative Dundee’s Amps Network and a regular contributor to the Dundee Print Collective.

New work, archive selections and thoughts on the creative process can be found on Instagram.