Following in the footsteps of Helmut Newton and Robert Maplethorpe, fine art/erotic photographer ScottChurch has become one of today's most provocative and original artists. But his ... See full summary »

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Lisa Arena ...
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Heather Church ...
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Victoria Haldeman ...
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Jennifer Herr-Altigieri ...
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Rose Hogan ...
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Following in the footsteps of Helmut Newton and Robert Maplethorpe, fine art/erotic photographer ScottChurch has become one of today's most provocative and original artists. But his twenty-year journey to success has also been a fight for artistic freedom. Censored but never silenced, the veteran craftsman and the women he photographs open the doors on this larger-than-life story of perseverance in the name of art. Written by Anonymous

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The project was originally going to be a series of short documentaries that examined the photography of ScottChurh and produced exclusively for the web. Then entitled "A Shoot with ScottChurch," four segments were filmed and presented, resulting in an enthusiastic response from many of Church's fans. This lead to the decision that a more extensive look at Church's life and career would be better suited with a full-length documentary film. All four of the original segments were included in the final cut along with new material filmed specifically for the documentary. See more »

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