Scott’s entire working life has been in both the Music and Film Industries.In the music industry Scott was a sound engineer for many local, interstate and international bands including Julian Lennon, Deborah Conway and Kate Cebrano.
Scott has local and international film credits in many and varied positions, including camera assistant, 2nd AD, boom operator, sound recordist, and DIT / data manager.
After working for 10 years at Oasis DVD as the QA Manager for locally and internationally distributed DVDs and BluRays, Scott moved to KOJO Studios transforming the videotape based machine room to a digital file accusation and delivery format with human readable and computer logical file naming protocols, and assisted in writing the Mezzanine Delivery File specifications for Stan Entertainment. He was fundamental in educating staff and clients in the art of communication in regards to audio visual digital files. Since moving KOJO Studios to a digital file workflow, Scott has seen well over 3 Petabytes (3 million Gigabytes) of Film and TV data safely pass through his hands and securely stored to LTO5, LTO6, and LTO7, and have all that data easy searchable in a powerful database enabling files created previously to be found, restored and reused.
Scott currently is a freelancer in the film industry working as a DIT/Data Wrangler. He is also a deeply entrenched asset of the The Kino Film Company performing wide ranging support duties including general technical support, website construction, technical production knowledge, systems administration, file creation and graphic artist.
Scott’s feature film credits include Shine, Kiss or Kill, Snow Falling on Cedars, Hearts in Atlantis, No Reservations, Glass: A Portrait In Twelve Parts, The Boys are Back, Highly Strung and most recently on The Royal Hotel, Run Rabbit Run, The Stranger, Hotel Mumbai, and I Am Mother.
Scott believes in a positive, can-do attitude at all times. Working in the film industry is an international business that never sleeps, and the only constant is change, so you have to be able to adapt at any given moment. You must always work at your very best and have respect for everyone you connect with.