About Scott Lockhart
I was born and raised on the great high plains of the Texas panhandle.
The big sky above me and flat plain before me deeply shaped my vision and connection to the soul’s expression as poetry, and, to the visual arts.
As a boy, I was a voracious reader. I also spent a lot of time outdoors. I was either roaming the cotton fields, watching the thunderheads billowing overhead, or in the library, caught up in some wild adventure on “Treasure Island” or solving a great mystery with The Hardy Boys.
In the 7th grade I wrote my first book of poetry. It was titled “The Infinite Corridors of Time”.
It wasn’t long after my first book of poetry that I picked up a camera. It was a Polaroid. I fell in love with photography. The first time I peeled the paper off the Polaroid film and watched the black and white image magically pop into view, I was hooked.