Music photographer Scarlet Page developed her fresh, documentary style on the road, travelling America with acts like The Smashing Pumpkins and The Beastie Boys. She has worked with some of the music world’s biggest acts: Robbie Williams on various projects including album art and the book ‘Somebody Someday’, The Darkness on their World Tour, The Foo Fighters, The Black Crowes, The Rolling Stones, The Stereophonics, and The Red Hot Chilli Peppers.
Her pictures appear in The Times, The Independent, Q, Uncut and Clash, amongst others, and she continues to be commissioned by major record labels to shoot artwork and press campaigns.
Her project ‘Resonators’, portraits of rock guitar legends, was shown at the Royal Albert Hall to raise funds for TCT. The ‘Resonators’ book was launched in October 2015 with another exhibition at London’s Proud Gallery . She works extensively for charities, including the ABC Trust, the PDSA, Warchild and TCT.
EMI Records, Virgin Records, Island Records, Mercury Records, IE Music, War Child, Riverman, Ebury Publishing, British Airways High Life, The Dorchester Hotel Group, MERC, PDSA, 3DD Group (Album Chart Show), MTV, Mojo, Q Magazine, Kerrang!, Classic Rock