Scott Stillman Photography

Scott Stillman is a photographer in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Working with both film and digital media, his work ranges from large-format portraits and traditional landscapes to abstract pinhole photographs featuring themes of patterns and motion. Stillman's photographs have been included in literary journals, online magazines, and exhibitions at the Mpls Photo Center, Edina Art Center, Rayko Photo Center in San Francisco, LightBox Photographic Gallery in Astoria OR, and the André Malraux Cultural Centre in France.

Stillman’s work is often associated with the genre of pragmatic surrealism, although he prefers the label neo-pictorialism. Like many photographers, he has a naive tendency to believe that the most recent print is also the best print he’s ever made.

Exhibitions, publications, & workshops:

June 2017, Amore Coffee St. Paul, Minnesota
February 2017, LightBox Photographic Gallery Juried exhibition by Kim Weston
November 2016, Artist of the Month at Dunn Bros. Coffee - Hopkins Minnesota
April 2016, Mpls Photo Center- Presentation on pinhole photography for Community Film & Darkroom Night
June 2015, Looking Glass online magazine issue #7 
May 2015, f295 Salon, Pittsburgh PA 
February 2015, Midwest Passage Photography Group Show No. 3 
October 2014, SLP FOTA Friends of the Arts Juried Art Exhibit
July 2014, Looking Glass online magazine issue #1, The Leap to Lensless
August 2014, Don’t Take Pictures online magazine! 
October 2013, View Camera Magazine, The Blogger, featured in an article by Amanda Tomlin
May 2013, Midwest Passage Landscape Exhibition 
April 2013, Rayko Photo Center 4th Biennial Pinhole Show 
February 2013, Midwestern Gothicwebsite edition
February 2013, Mpls Photo Center, Picture This: What We Photograph Juried exhibition
May 2011, Lumina, the literary journal of Sarah Lawrence College Graduate Program
April 2011, LitnImage online literary journal.
September 2010 - Mpls Photo Center, Black & White Juried exhibition
March 2009, LUMP (League of Upper Midwestern Photographers) Group Show at the Edina Art Center
May 2007, International Pinhole Exhibition, Andre Malraux Cultural Centre, Le Bourget, France

Other photographs have been published in regional magazines such as Minnesota Law & Politics, Lake Home Living, and websites including political campaigns, musicians, law firms, retail stores, commercial buildings and other corporate sites. One of Stillman's photographs is included in a pinhole photography how-to book called The Pinhole Camera. There is more info and a nice interview here.