Scarlet Page studied photography at the University of Westminster in the early ’90’s.
She quickly developed her own fresh, documentary style travelling America with The Smashing Pumpkins, The Beastie Boys and the other acts on the Lollapolooza tour of 1994 and the following year she had a shot feature in The Verve’s ‘A Northern Soul’ album artwork which really got things started.
Since then Scarlet has gone on to work with some of the music world’s biggest acts. She worked closely with Robbie Williams on various projects including album art and the book ‘Somebody Someday’ and she toured the World with The Darkness. Her other credits include The Foo Fighters, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Rolling Stones, Stereophonics, The Black Crowes and Placebo with pictures appearing in The Times, The Independent, Mojo, Q, Uncut and Clash amongst others. She continues to be commissioned by all the major record labels to shoot artwork and press campaigns for high profile bands.
Scarlet has had various exhibitions of her own and has contributed to collective shows including the Visions of Dylan show. She has also worked extensively for charities, including the ABC Trust, the PDSA, Teenage Cancer Trust and Warchild. For the latter, Scarlet photographed artists and celebrities and their children for a fund raising exhibition held at the Proud Gallery in Camden and later at the Royal Albert Hall.
Scarlet’s project ‘Resonators +’ is currently exhibiting nationwide in Argentina until the end of 2020. Previously Resonators has been exhibited in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall for a month and is available as a limited edition book. A spanish version of the book is currently in production.
During Covid lockdown Scarlet's 'Buddy' project was born, portraits of children with their comfort toys. The parallel of working with musicians with their instruments and children with their toys bears a striking similarity in creating an intimate capture.
Scarlet is represented by Female Perspective agency