Sports anchor Stuart Scott’s legacy is still going strong through his daughters Taelor (20) and Sydni Scott (16), who continue to honor the sports media icon.
Taelor and Sydni Scott and Dear World collaborated on a video love letter about their father to mark the one year anniversary of his passing on January 4, 2015.
The Scotts became friends Dear World’s founder Robert X. Fogarty after he photographed Stuart Scott for Dear World in its signature message on skin portrait style.
The portrait eventually became the cover image for Every Day I Fight, Scott’s memoir. In the distinctive Dear World portrait style where each person shares a message on their skin, now Taelor and Sydni have created a tribute to their father.
Their latest tribute, “Dear Stuart Scott”, will be released at 6 AM EST, Monday January 4, 2016 at dearworld.me/
Taelor / Sydni: @taeandsyd
Dear World: @dearworld
// Taelor and Sydni would like people who like the video and loved Stuart to share their own memories with the hashtag #dearstuartscott
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The private preview of Taelor and Sydni’s Dear World love letter video can be accessed here. Sharing is embargoed until January 4 at 6 AM EST The full video will be loaded at www.dearworld.me
Executive Producer: Robert X. Fogarty
Director: David Reece
Assistant Camera Operator: Matthew Guidry
Editor: Victoria McCarthy
SPECIAL THANKS TO THE SCOTT FAMILY WHO TIRELESSLY WORKED TO COORDINATE TAELOR AND SYDNI’S SCHEDULES TO MAKE THIS HAPPEN!
ABOUT DEAR WORLD
Dear World asks each portrait subject to share a message to someone or something they care about in their signature style. Dear World began in 2009 when residents of New Orleans wrote “love note“ to the city.
Everywhere they go, they ask people to share a message To someone they love or about something they care about.
His field projects have included visiting Joplin, Missouri, Breezy Point, New York, the Zataari Refugee camp, Boston marathon survivors in addition to the Stuart Scott tribute.
Dear World has photographed over 50,000 people all around the world and has appeared on CNN, the TODAY show, the Independent and L’Express.