Sandy Carson is a Scottish photographer, cyclist and musician based Austin, Texas. His photography explores sensitive cultural issues of American consumerism and the social landscape with a scrutiny particular to one who was born and raised in another country. A monograph of his work on the aftermath of Hurricane Ike, Paradise Has Relocated, was published in 2010 and his second book, We Were There, published by Daylight, is a symbiotic study of a decade documenting concert fandom as shot from the pit. His third book, I'm New Here is currently in the works.
When not cycling and making music, Carson splits his time between long term personal photography projects and editorial reportage. His work is featured in The New York Times, Aperture, NPR, the Huff Post and The BBC.
Find Sandy on Instagram: @sandy_carson