Images by Abby Wright
“I CHERISH SHIRTS I GET FROM MUSIC SHOWS AND I LOVE TINY WHITE T-SHIRTS.”
— BRITTNEY SCOTT
Brittney Scott is an artist and creative living in Los Angeles, CA. She is known for the Microsoft Paint-style portrait drawings that she makes on her phone, which she has translated into neon pieces for a solo exhibition and prints for a clothing collaboration. Follow her on Twitter here.
Abby Wright is a photographer in Los Angeles, CA. She first became interested in the history of portraiture back in middle school when she would wander to the Ringling Museum of Art, where she admired the paintings of John Singer Sargent and Albrecht Dürer, and discovered the small photographs of André Adolphe Eugène Disdéri’s carte de visite. She likens the process of taking a photograph to the feeling of being lost in time, like the transcendence of a dream. View her portfolio here.
When Brittney and I first started chatting about shooting together, I could tell we were going to have a good time. I love having new experiences and could tell shooting with her would be different. It was filled with laughs and I really had a great time with her.
T-shirts can be all things to people, from a status symbol to a memory trigger. What do they represent to you?
Clothes for my bod.
Do you recall your first favorite T-shirt?
Mm no, but I do cherish shirts I get from music shows and I love tiny white T-shirts.
How would you describe your style?