What Scot Sothern was doing was…reportage from another universe. His early pictures, the first twenty years’ worth are snapshots from trailer trash hell, a life you never wanted to see made visible and offered up for your eyes. Living evidence of the underbelly, Scot Sothern in those days was a celebrity photographer on crack with his camera pointed at a dark and different reality.
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