During the recent pandemic and lockdown, many children have sought comfort in an accessory: a ‘Buddy'. Finding reassurance in this time of social distancing has been essential for them.Having worked on an international project called ‘Resonators’ where Scarlet photographed guitarists with their guitars, similarly she wanted to photograph children holding their number one love; their special, most loved comfort toy.
Resonators is a personal project by the acclaimed rock photographer Scarlet Page. A collection of extraordinary portraits of some of the world’s greatest guitar heroes, all selected, shot, and edited by Scarlet, the images were put together into a book via a successful Kickstarter campaign. The product of Scarlet’s two year global quest to photograph the greatest guitar players
“Dreaming big to me is about believing in yourself and having faith that you can follow your dreams, the passion radiates out in everything you do,” says Scarlet. Like Princess Merida, Scarlet prides herself on following her instincts. “[Merida] listens to her inner voice and follows the path she feels she is meant to explore. She believes in herself and is brave.”
Since 2017 Scarlet has covered the Henley Literary Festival, capturing portraits and event photography for press, markeing and social media use over the course of 10 days.
ALPHA is an exhibition by five award-winning photographers in aid of the charity CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably). CALM aims to prevent male suicide in the UK, and offers support to men who are living with depression or are in crisis.