SCOTT LERMAN creates photographs at the intersection of art and science. Whether frozen by an array of ultra-high speed strobes, stitched by a computational model, or captured by a hybrid of obsolete and cutting edge tech, his images reveal what is normally unseen.
Scott's work has been exhibited by:
Candela Gallery, Unbound! 2020
Catalyst Gallery
The Center for Fine Art Photography
The Big Picture
Daily Photo
Darkroom Gallery

Epson International Pano Exhibition (and books)
Garner Arts Center

Griffin Passageway
The Howland Center
Kadoya Gallery
Photo Independent
PhotoPlace Gallery
Soho Photo 
The artist holds a BFA from The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art.
The photograph above was made using a handmade Scancan™ constructed from a Rubbermaid garbage can, hacked Canon LiDE flatbed scanner and vintage large format lens. Scott also modifies early ultra-large-format cameras for his work.