Guinness World Records 2019

Guinness World Records - originally the Guinness Book of Records - the ultimate authority on record-breaking achievements, started out as an idea for a book of facts to solve arguments in pubs.

Guinness World Records is a global brand, with offices in London, New York, China, Japan and UAE, with brand ambassadors on the ground around the world. 

Throughout our history, we have expanded our business across many markets including Publishing, Digital, Events, Business solutions and Television, with record-breaking remaining at the heart of everything we do.

001_B9_Half Title.jpg

So What Did We Shoot?

From afros to yo-yos, biggest this, most that, fastest this, littlest that, my team and I have shot it all for the Guinness Book Of World Records.

7 years ago, the editor of the book contacted me after finding my website. Shortly after talks, Kevin Scott Photography started all coverage of new featured record holders in central U.S. One of earliest featured shots was of Moses Lanham, a man who could rotate his legs/feet fully behind him. Since 2011, we have been promoted to both the Eastern and Central parts of the U.S. We have now toured many of those states, as well as some western states. My team and I will be leaving in October to shoot more record breaking moments for the 2020 book.

Below are some of our images from the 2019 book.

099_B11_Food Feats.jpg
128_129_B2_Maker #1 YoYo.jpg
136_137_B8_Maker #5_ToothPick.jpg
153_B8_Big Stuff.jpg

Where can I get the book?

Guinness World Records 2019 is in stores now. Check out the book and see some of Kevin Scott Photography’s featured work.


More images for 2019?

Look for Kevin Scott Ramos in the photo credits at the back of the book.

Kevin Ramos