Sandy Carson

Sandy Carson has had a varied life. He studied media and communication studies before dropping out to be in a punk band and to go on tour as a teenager. After a few years he quit the band and moved the U.S. to pursue a BMX career and turned professional a couple of years after.

“I was lucky enough to tour the world with my bike riding and taught myself how to use my camera during my travels.”

Although in recent years he has become a professional photographer, he is still as obsessed by bikes as he was when he was younger. Last year on a return trip to Scotland to see his family he also undertook a massive bike ride with his girlfriend.

“I took the other half to the homeland this summer, to meet my family, re-exploring Scotland. I haven’t lived there in two decades and at times I feel like a tourist in my own country. So, with fresh sets of eyes, we set about it on bike and foot. If it’s not from Scotland, it really is crap!”

Enjoy some more of Sandy’s work at www.sandycarson.com

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Forest © Sandy Carson all rights reserved
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Portree Crossing © Sandy Carson all rights reserved
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Perfect Man © Sandy Carson all rights reserved
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© Sandy Carson all rights reserved
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© Sandy Carson all rights reserved
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Hedges © Sandy Carson all rights reserved
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© Sandy Carson all rights reserved
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© Sandy Carson all rights reserved
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© Sandy Carson all rights reserved
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© Sandy Carson all rights reserved
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© Sandy Carson all rights reserved

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