Kip Scott is a Melbourne-based photographer and video artist. He is a graduate of RMIT’s Bachelor of Arts (Photography). His artistic investigations cover urban exploration, architecture and video and has been awarded the San Pellegrino Cafe Society Photography in 2013 and Dockland Summer Shorts Video Prize in 2015.He has exhibited at Field 36 Gallery, 45 Downstairs, Fox Gallery, and the Roslyn Smorgon Gallery at Footscray Community Arts Centre. He was commissioned by the City of Maribyrnong to photograph the Melbourne suburb of Footscray in 2016. The series Abandoned India from his solo exhibition was accompanied by the publication of a photographic book of the same name (Transit Lounge 2016). His other publications comprise F5: Footscray in transition (2016), Chittagong Steel (2018), Lost and Found: the mansions of Bengal and Bangladesh (2019). His work has been further published in Owl Farm, Bharat Times, India Link and Photo Dust.