Blog: Scott Beseler

Scott Beseler

Scott Beseler is an award-winning photographer who resides on the rivers' edge just south of the Roebling Bridge in Covington, Ky, in what he describes is his New York style dream loft, minus New York.  He is the Managing Photographer of Soapbox Media.

In 2001, he graduated from Indiana University of Bloomington with a Bachelor’s of Arts in Journalism.  As a freelance photographer for most of his career, Mr. Beseler considers his photographic influence to be that of the photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson and writer Hunter S. Thompson.  This style comparable to the Gonzo style of journalism, combines Scott’s own captured vision of exaggeration, subjectiveness and heightened perception of reality, while capturing the moment without interrupting it.  Pure joy for Scott is any opportunity to photograph friends, music, art, and global culture.  Scott is thankful for his humble and notable roots in Cincinnati.  Contributors of his professional portfolio include City Beat, The Cincinnati Opera, Jean Robert de Cavel Restaurant Group, The Art Academy of Cincinnati, The Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnati Art Museum, The Fine Arts Fund, and the Freestore Foodbank.  To see more work from the days and nights of Scott, go to

A year in mastheads by Scott Beseler from on Vimeo.

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