Formed in 2012, Document Scotland is a collective of three Scottish documentary photographers, Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert, Colin McPherson and Sophie Gerrard, brought together by a common vision to witness and photograph the important and diverse stories within Scotland at one of the most important times in our nation’s history.

Recent Features

An invitation to online talk at the Martin Parr Foundation caught my eye a couple of months ago. The title of the work rang some bells, and something about the…

Show Us Shetland

We are proud to showcase work made by nine young participants who took part in Show Us Shetland, a collaborative project between Document Scotland and Shetland…

Show Us Shetland

An invite to a Zoom event, a collaboration between Document Scotland, Shetland Arts and the youths of…
You may have noticed in the last week or two that Rangers Football Club in Glasgow have won the Scottish Premiership, denying their arch rivals Celtic FC, on…
During these past few months of lockdown, working at home and playing podcasts I listened to photographer Danny North speaking on Grant Scott’s UN of…
1,264 people died of drug-related deaths in Scotland in 2019, according to figures released by the National Records of Scotland. Peter Krykant (pictured…

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Since forming in 2012 all the work featured on this site, and the work undertaken to enable it, has been free of charge. Now, times are changing. We feel we need to ask for your support, to help us manage our time and energies, and to continue sharing photography we care about. Thank you! – Jeremy, Sophie, Colin.

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