Scott Indermaur has built his career on sharing stories through the visual language of photography and videography. His gift lies in discovering the familiar in the exotic and the remarkable in the ordinary.
Scott has the unique ability to connect with his subjects, putting them at ease even under high pressure.
Scott travels consistently for assignments, across the U.S, Europe, and Asia. Past clients include IBM, Rhode Island School of Design, Black & Decker, Ryder, Land Rover, JCPenney, General Motors, Pratt & Whitney and Sprint. Portraits include Alan Greenspan, Ben Bernanke, Sprint CEO William Esry and Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius to name a few. Additionally, Scott spent significant time as an official photographer for Major League Soccer and assignments for sport publications like Sports Illustrated, honing his eye for sports, entertainment and live action. Returning to his photojournalism roots from his early days with the Associated Press, Kansas City Star, The Arizona Republic and The New York Times, Scott remains very involved in creating multi-media stories.
He enjoys bridging this connection for his clients through his accomplished portfolio of photography, video and audio production. Doing so enables him to leverage strategic narrative across a variety of industries: medical, financial, tech, manufacturing, not-for-profit, consumer goods, legal, lifestyle, hospitality and travel.
Scott created the original photography project REVEALED, which has been exhibited at the Newport Art Museum and Providence City Hall and received funding and support from NPR and the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts. REVEALED lead to a successful fine-art book and a documentary film, which has gone on to screen at over a dozen film festivals across the country and Europe.
Scott enjoys spending time with family and friends, sailing, dining out at an ethnic hole in the wall restaurants, cooking, enjoying wine, brewing beer and hard cider, connecting with new people, traveling, music, and working on inner and spiritual growth. He is located in Rhode Island and has served as the President for ASMP New England (Boston) and Mid-America (Kansas City) chapters. His passion for being part of the photographer community has led to him coaching other visual creatives. He has been invited as a guest speaker to share his experience and insight at numerous universities, professional organizations and other venues across the country.