In follow up to his photographic series Lowlife, A New Low, and his memoir Curb Service, Scot Sothern remains anchored to the street with his new work Sad City. Made while riding shotgun through the streets of Los Angeles, the series combines photography and written vignettes, both personal confessions and bare-naked fictions, taken by Sothern from the heart of the images. Sad City represents a visually striking world where no one wants to live and the population never stops growing.
Softcover, 7.5 x 10 inches. French stitched, 92 pages, 34 photographs, 26 stories, available now as a limited edition book from Straylight Press.