SCOT SOTHERN spent forty years hustling freelance photography. He worked in department stores, churches, bowling alleys, sports events, and high school proms. He worked in a cave at a tourist-trap in Missouri, making and selling photo mementos. Sothern shot models’ portpholios, head-shots, and nude magazine layouts. Forced into commercial retirement by the crippling byproduct of a motorcycle mishap, Sothern now writes books and has continued making photographs.