A big guy with a big vision. The monkey wrangler, composer, problem solver extraordinaire. If directors tend to be jacks of all trades, Scott is an ace. He has an uncanny ability to take complicated ideas and boil them down to the most simple parts so they can be easily communicated. He acts as an inspirational force behind the principles that make House of Sticks what it is. In the end, everything is his fault.
It’s about vision
Scott didn’t come up in the film production world. He has a formal training as an architect which explains his ability to easily take up anything creative. He draws his own storyboards and loves color. He played football in college which might explain why everything he makes tends to have a raw, overachieving underdog spirit to it. It’s easy to see his intensity and craft in each frame. Give him something to get excited about and it will turn out better than you imagined.
He writes too.
A lesson about post production
Editing and coloring and stuff When I am not working on a shoot, I usually work with the post production team editing videos. It has been really neat to see how a production company edits efficiently and effectively. Although each person may edit the same content a bit differently, based on their eye, the principles…